Llanfrothen is a beautiful place, set as it is in Snowdonia. It is steeped in history as the mediaeval church of Saint Brothen testifies to. However, even in beautiful places off the beaten track, accidents happen and illnesses occur.
If you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault in the last three years, you may be entitled to make an injury claim Llanfrothen-based, or one based in any other place in the UK.
Injury claim in Llanfrothen
You can also make an injury claim in Llanfrothen if you have been diagnosed with an illness in the last three years which you can prove (with the help of a solicitor) was the result of another person’s negligence. Although you have three years in which to make a claim, it’s best to start the claims process as soon as you can.
Claim compensation for an injury
There are so many accidents that happen in Britain every year, and some of them are not the responsibility of the person who was injured in one.
To make an injury claim in Llanfrothen or elsewhere in the UK, you will first of all need to find an accident or personal injury solicitor who can represent you. You will need one who is a specialist in the type of accident you were involved in.
Your solicitor will ask you to provide you medical report, detailing the extent of your injuries, the treatment you received and a prognosis of when, or if, you are expected to fully recover. You will need to tell the solicitor the time, date and place of the accident and the names and contact details of any witnesses.
If you have photographs of the scene of the accident and your injuries, these can be used as supporting evidence for your injury claim in Llanfrothen, for example. You may be asked for a police report if they were involved.You will also need to keep receipts for any medical expenses you incurred, or any other expenses which are solely related to your injury.
When you hire a solicitor you should ask them to write a letter to you which confirms that he or she is willing to take your case on, and who your point of contact within the firm would be.
You should also ask that the letter states how long (approximately) your claim process might be and how often you can expect to be informed about the progress of your case. You could also ask to be informed what you should do if you are not happy with the way the claim case is progressing.
Accident Advice Helpline
If you need expert legal advice about any personal injury compensation claim, you could contact us at Accident Advice Helpline. Check out our website for further information about us, or call us on one of our freephone numbers at any time.
The number to ring from a landline is 0800 689 0500 or from a mobile, call 0333 500 0993. Why not call now? Whatever the time is, the lines will be open.