Based in Wales, Blaenavon is a World Heritage Site that is a few miles away from the county of Monmouthshire. It was home to a golf club that was shut down in the 1930s.
One would think with technological advancements and the development of airbags, seatbelts and such alike, the number of car accidents, which occur on a daily basis, would be reduced.
Unfortunately, this is not the case. Passengers and drivers continue to lose their lives, and their loved ones due to reckless driving. Not a lot can be said or done to stop such accidents from occurring, but the good news is that you can get monetary compensation for the losses that you have suffered.
To do so you must make a personal injury accident claim in Blaenavon. If you claim successfully, you will be awarded a sum of money in compensation- thus the term ‘monetary compensation’.
Where can you hire a solicitor for a personal injury accident claim in Blaenavon?
You can find numerous solicitors and law firms, in your area, online. All you have to do is to type a search term in a search engine, and you will be presented with a list of options. Claimants can also hire friends and family members to represent their interests and form their claims, for them, too.
One of the best and most accessible firms, in the United Kingdom, is Accident Advice Helpline. If you are considering making a personal injury accident claim in Blaenavon, you could call us from your landline or mobile phone, by dialling 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993, to get in touch with our advisers.
Who decides upon the sum of money that can be won as monetary compensation?
Since the claimant is the one making the claim,his or her solicitor will advise on the sum of money that can be claimed in compensation. There are published guidelines for these. Be wary of the fact that you can only claim a sum of money and whether or not you are awarded that sum of money, is dependent upon the strength of the case.
So, if you are claiming GBP 20,000 because you lost a limb in a car accident, you should also provide evidence to back this claim.
What counts as evidence?
Evidence, in law, means the same as it does in common, plain English: proof. Here are a few materials that can be used as evidence, to help you back and prove your case:
- Blood tests and samples
- CCTV recordings
- Pictures and videos
Date Published: 26th July 2015
Author: David Brown