The village of Talsarnau in Gwynedd, Wales had a population of 550 people in 2011. Due to its small size and rural location, it’s perhaps surprising that the village has its own railway station on the Cambrian Line, with trains running from Shrewsbury to Aberystwyth and Pwllheli. If you’ve been injured whilst commuting to work by road or rail in the area then why not consider making a no-win, no-fee* in Talsarnau claim? You could get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline at any time after your accident and find out more about your options. There’s a three-year time limit to make a claim, so we recommend getting in touch with us as soon as possible after your accident.
Why choose a no-win, no-fee* in Talsarnau lawyer?
Whether you have sustained minor or serious injuries in an accident, chances are you will need to take at least a few days off work. This can impact your salary which can affect you and your family financially. The aftermath of an accident can be a difficult time for families and the last thing you need is any more stress. By choosing a no-win, no-fee* in Talsarnau lawyer you won’t need to pay any upfront fees to make a personal injury claim. Accident Advice Helpline’s lawyers work on a 100% no-win, no-fee* basis. This means that there are no legal fees to worry about and anybody can afford to make a claim. We have been helping people for over 16 years and we’re confident we can get you the compensation you deserve, however you have been injured.
Injured at Talsarnau station?
Railway stations are not generally dangerous places, but the potential for accidents to occur is always there. You could trip on damaged ground at the station or catch your heel on a damaged step getting onto or off the train. Faulty ticket machines could cause electric shock, and there’s always the risk of food poisoning from food purchased at station concessions. If you stand too close to the platform edge, you could fall onto the tracks, sustaining minor injuries or a serious, life-threatening electric shock from electrified rails. If the platform is icy and slippery, you could fall and break your ankle or suffer a back injury. In most cases the station operator or rail network could be held liable for your injuries and ordered to pay you compensation, and Accident Advice Helpline can help to gather evidence in support of your claim, making sure you get the compensation you are entitled to.
Contact us to get the ball rolling
Whether you need some advice or are sure you have a viable personal injury claim, you can call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. Our personal injury advisors are on hand to help you and we have over 16 years’ specialist industry experience. For an idea of how much compensation you could be entitled to, why not take the 30-second test on our website right now?
Date Published: 23rd March 2014
Author: David Brown