Pontyclun is a Welsh village. You may sometimes see the name written as Pont-Y-Clun, which gives a clue as to the origin of the name. Pont means bridge in Welsh, so the village is called the bridge over the River Clun, which is in the area. The village is in the borough of Rhondda Cynon Taf, and there are around 8,000 residents here. Pontyclun car accident claims are thankfully rare, but as with any other area of the country, they can be lodged from time to time if someone is injured by the actions of someone else on the roads.
From minor to major car accidents
Pontyclun car accident claims could stem from relatively small accidents, ranging all the way up to serious accidents in which lives were put in serious danger. When it comes to making a claim, the circumstances will be borne in mind. If someone has admitted fault, the process of claiming is easier. However, each situation will be different, and all the elements of the accident, including witness statements and the severity of the injuries sustained, will be taken into account.
Car accidents can be frightening, even when they are relatively small. A simple prang may cause no injuries at all, of course, but even a low-speed crash can cause one or more occupants of a vehicle to suffer injuries. These could include injuries caused by the seatbelts, as well as other injuries that might result from broken glass or part of the car crumpling in on the occupants.
Where do you stand?
This is a question you will no doubt think about as you consider whether or not you might be able to claim for an accident you were caught up in within the last three years. The best bet is to contact a professional injury compensation lawyer, because they will have the experience of dealing with Pontyclun car accident claims. They may therefore be better placed to deal with your claim, if it turns out you can make one.
It’s great then to realise that all you have to do to contact an expert is to call 0800 689 0500 to reach someone at Accident Advice Helpline. We work nationally, so wherever you are in Wales or beyond, you can always be confident of getting in touch with someone who can provide no-obligation advice at the time you need it the most.