About Rhosllannerchrugog personal injury claims
There are many possible reasons for this. Perhaps drivers coming into the town have been distracted by the abnormally long town sign and collided with another vehicle.
However a more serious minded reason could be that this is simply part of a wider trend that is replicating itself across the UK. The number of claims has risen in recent years especially in relation to road traffic accident where the most common type of accident people tend to claim for is whiplash.
Despite the numbers of accidents taking place on the roads having fallen in recent years there has actually been a substantial rise in the number of personal injury claims being made. For the newspapers, and certainly the insurance companies this is a clear sign of a growing enthusiasm for personal injury claims which needs to be stamped out. However, it could equally be because access to information is just getting a little easier thanks to concepts such as Accident Advice Helpline.
In fact other studies from the likes of YouGov suggest that people might have actually been entitled to make more claims than they actually did. According to their survey, only 20% of people who could claim ever got around to doing so, largely because they felt their injuries were not bad enough to entitle them to make a claim. However, that’s a shame because the chances are they missed out on compensation which could have been crucial in helping them get their lives back on track.
How we help
This is why it’s important that no matter what your situation to take time to contact us and find out what you are, and are not entitled to. Calling our helpline is free, with no obligation to continue using us after you’ve finished making a claim. What’s more, we can offer the benefit of working on a ‘no win, no fee*’ basis which is a great way to provide you with the safety margin you need when making a claim.
So if you’re looking to make Rhosllannerchrugog personal injury claims, give us a call on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Alternatively, you could visit www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk for more information.