Wales has always been a huge holiday resort for UK holidaymakers who frequent there year after year to enjoy the expanse of wonderful beaches, miles of green luscious countryside or to explore the wonderful history with many notable buildings having no encounters with world wars being in practically pristine condition.
Wales is a favourite for a family holiday with accommodation available in abundance ranging from caravan sites, bed and breakfasts, hotels, and log cabins there’s something to suit all holiday tastes. People, whether they opt to pitch a tent in a field or stay in a 5 * hotel all have a fond memories of the wonderful Cymru!
The adventure activities on offer are vast and there is something for all ages and genders to enjoy from the tiny tots enjoying petting farms or ball pools to the grown ups taking advantage of spa days or country pubs with roaring log fires.
Wales can be a magical place, it can also be the setting to the more sinister events such as accidents and injuries you sustained through no fault of your own and the many categories under this head line are extensive. If you have had an accident and it wasn’t your fault then contact an injury solicitor in Across Wales today to discuss your accident and discover your options.
Accident Advice Helpline are a law firm who were set up in the year 2000 when the assistance of legal aid for compensation was removed. We offer 100% free no obligation advice and apply no pressure to use our company once the advice has been given.
Injury solicitor across Wales can be contacted at any time, day or night (any day of the year!) on freephone number 0800 689 0500 and from your mobile 0333 500 0993. Upon initial contact with one of our trained advisers you will be told whether or not you can claim for your particular injury, or accident.
Our injury solicitor in Across Wales will then talk you through the compensation procedure and how we work. You will also be told how much your claim is likely to be worth. This could be a life changing sum!
Date Published: 24th November 2013
Author: David Brown