Clwyd is a county of North Wales, bordering England to the East. With major towns including Wrexham, Llandudno, Rhyl and Prestatyn, it is populated by many first language Welsh speakers and is also a popular destination for holiday makers. If you have been involved in an accident in the area, whether as a visitor or resident, it is important to make personal injury claims in Clwyd if you are eligible to do so.
Eligibility for personal injury claims in Clwyd are the same as any other personal injury – taking into account the following three questions.
- Did your accident happen within the past three years?
- Was someone else to blame?
- Did you require medical attention as a result?
If you are able to answer yes to all of the above, then it is likely you will be able to make a claim. To check, you can use Accident Advice Helpline’s handy 30-second tool which will confirm your eligibility and give you an idea of the amount of compensation you may be able to receive.
Types of personal injury claims in Clwyd
Clwyd is a diverse county. Geographically speaking, it encompasses coastal areas, the mountainous Snowdonia National Park, small villages and larger towns. The very nature of accidents is that they can happen anywhere, but with such a range of activities happening in Clwyd, the potential for personal injuries is vast.
Outdoor activities such as climbing, mountaineering and surfing are particularly popular in the local area. Personal injury claims in Clwyd may therefore include accidents that have happened outdoors – whether equipment failure, lack of sufficient training or negligence on the part of an outdoor activity organiser. If you have been involved in an accident during an outdoor sporting activity that was not your fault, then you should look into making a claim.
Road traffic accidents may also occur in Clwyd. Whether on winding B roads or busier A roads, accidents caused by another person may be eligible for compensation. For example, you may have been involved in a car crash whereby the other driver did not possess a licence – their inexperience causing your vehicles to collide. This accident may have caused a number of injuries for the driver and passengers in your car – perhaps ranging from minor whiplash to broken bones or even severe head injuries requiring urgent medical attention.
If you have been injured as a result of a road traffic accident, you should get in touch with a compensation provider such as Accident Advice Helpline at the soonest possible opportunity.
The above examples are only two potential scenarios resulting in personal injury claims in Clwyd. Every case is different, which is why it is important to find legal representation with experience in your particular injury type. By using Accident Advice Helpline, you will be matched to a legal team with proven success with claims just like yours – offering you the peace of mind that you are being looked after by experts in their field on a no-win, no-fee basis.
Simply give us a call on our advice line on 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or on 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, or fill out our short online claim form to start the process today.
Date Published: 4th March 2013
Author: David Brown