The Welsh town of Pembroke Dock is known for its long-lasting connection to the maritime industry, due to its role as a dockyard for the Royal Navy from 1814 to 1926. The area relied heavily on the production of battleships and frigates for employment and the town prospered and expanded rapidly during the hundred or so years that the dockyard was in existence.
The local landscape changed from farmland to an established town where a market, church and homes were built to accommodate the increasing numbers of workers and their families. Nowadays the ships have gone and the Royal Naval Dockyard hosts a museum commemorating famous naval conflicts, including the Battle of the Atlantic.
Ferries to Ireland also operate from the area and the train and bus stations make travel to local towns easy and convenient. However you choose to travel, there is always a risk of being involved in an accident, and if you have been injured you may wish to contact Pembroke Dock no win no fee* lawyers to claim compensation.
Can Pembroke no win no fee* lawyers help me?
Accident Advice Helpline have been providing guidance and expert professional help for many years. With a 24 hour phone line, staffed 7 days a week, contacting them couldn’t be easier. To receive a no obligation quote, call free on 0800 689 0500.
What accidents can Pembroke Dock no win no fee* lawyers help me to claim damages for?
Providers of public transport should always seek to mitigate risk to their passengers by ensuring that staff are trained to follow policies and procedures, safety equipment is provided and vehicles are regularly checked to meet legal requirements. Failure to do so may lead to serious accidents and victims may wish to pursue claims for damages through Pembroke Dock no win no fee* lawyers. The types of public transport injuries that may be claimed for include:Open Claim Calculator
- Bus – Though thankfully rare, bus crashes do occur and the effects can sometimes be catastrophic, due normally to the volume of people on board, the huge size of the vehicle and it’s lack of seatbelts. Passengers are sometimes thrown against hard surfaces inside the bus, such as metal and glass, which causes severe injuries in the form of spinal damage and head injuries.
- Train – due to advances in technology, rail collisions are much less frequent. Travellers are more likely to encounter injuries such as slips and trips than trains colliding. Objects in the aisles, sudden stops, or inadequate safety features when getting on and off the train itself, can lead to sprains or strains. Falling baggage can result in more serious problems such as head injuries or neck damage.