Monmouth, situated where the River Monnow meets the Wye, is the county town of Monmouthshire, and is just two miles from the English border. As well as being a market town, it has been a centre for tourists for many years, as well as being known for its shopping areas and the service industries located there.
The town features a statue of Charles Rolls of the Rolls Royce partnership in Agincourt Square, as he lived in a mansion on the outskirts of Monmouth. For quite a long time after the rail services to the town ended, around the mid-20th century, Monmouth remained quiet and there was not much growth. That changed with the building of a better road infrastructure, which has led to more housing developments and an increased commercial sector.
With a water taxi, a miniature golf course, amusement and water parks, landmarks, nightlife, shopping and numerous other things to do in Monmouth, it is no wonder the town attracts large numbers of visitors every year.
You may find plenty of things to do in the town, but if you are injured in an accident that was not your fault, you may have trouble finding a specialist personal injury solicitor in Monmouth. You should not let that stop you making a claim; just call us here at Accident Advice Helpline. No matter where you are located in the UK we can help you, so call us today.
Road traffic accidents in Monmouth
The crashmap shows several road traffic accidents in Monmouth over a three-year period, thankfully most of them minor. Over that time period, there were only three serious accidents, but no fatalities. The A40 that runs along the side of the River Wye is the site of the majority of accidents, several of which occurred at the junction with the A466.
Road traffic accidents can have serious consequences, and it’s not fair for you to pay the price if you were not to blame. You should not have to go through pain, suffering and perhaps financial difficulties because of someone else’s mistake, and that’s why you are entitled to make a claim for compensation.
You do not need to spend precious time searching for a personal injury solicitor in Monmouth. With more than 16 years’ experience behind us, we have to be your best option for assistance with your claim. Give us a call today to find out how we can help you.
Whiplash accident in Monmouth
The majority of cases where a whiplash accident in Monmouth occurs will involve a road traffic accident, although it can happen in many other ways as well. No matter how you sustain your whiplash injury, you will soon realise just how painful this damage can be. Whiplash can disrupt your life completely until it has healed, which could be just a few weeks, or, in some cases, many months.
If the accident that caused you to suffer was the fault of someone else, you may be wondering if a personal injury solicitor in Monmouth could help you claim compensation, but you could be concerned about the costs involved. Worry no more! All you need to do is call us and ask about our no-win, no-fee* agreement, as this means you would not need to find any money to start your claim, or pay our legal fee is your case is lost. It really is that simple, so call us today.
Work accident in Monmouth
Monmouth has a higher than average amount of retired residents. Manufacturing, retail, accommodation and food services sectors are the industries that employ the highest numbers of workers in the town, which also has a significantly higher than average number of people working in the healthcare sector.
No matter what job you do, you should be able to go to work without fearing that you will be injured while you are there. It is your employer’s responsibility to make sure that your workplace is safe, and if they are negligent in matters relating to health and safety, a work accident in Monmouth is more likely to happen.
The main aim of the governments watchdog in these matters, the Health and Safety Executive, is to reduce the number of accidents at work. Over the last couple of decades, they have worked with some of the largest employers in the country to formulate health and safety procedures that will make workplaces safer. The numbers of serious injuries and deaths in workplaces has reduced overall, but still there are too many innocent people injured because of their employer’s negligence.
If you have suffered because of your employer, you should talk to us about claiming compensation. Having a chat will not put you under any obligation to make a claim, but we will give you all the information you need to make the decision. Why not call us today?
Slips, trips and falls in Monmouth
Slips, trips and falls are among the most common of all accidents, and they tend to happen in the simplest of ways. Thoroughfares with obstacles, trailing wires across a path, spillages that have not been cleaned up, broken handrails, unsafe scaffold, broken paving slabs; these are just some of the most common causes of slips, trips and falls in Monmouth.
There is no end to the way these accidents can happen, and all too many could have been prevented if a little more care had been taken. When they happen in public places, there is always someone responsible for safety, who should have ensured a safe passage for the people passing through. Whether that is a local shopkeeper, the owners of a park, an operator of a shopping mall, or maybe even local authority, they should all ensure that accidents do not happen.
If you have been injured in any type of accident that was not your fault, you should find out if you can claim compensation. Complete our 30-second test to see if your claim is valid, and get an estimate of how much you could be awarded. It only requires you answering four simple questions, so why not try it today?
Using the experts
As one of the largest specialist law firms in the UK, our solicitors are among the finest in the industry. Our reputation for the high-quality service we provide precedes us, which is why so many innocent victims turn to us for help with their personal injury claim. You could be our next success story just by calling us today on 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or on 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 11th December 2013
Author: Clare P
Category: Legal Services
Personal Injury Solicitors in Monmouth
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