Bangor is one of the oldest cities in Wales and one of the smallest in Britain. It is home to Bangor University, Barth Pier and Bangor Cathedral and has a population of around 20,000 people. The A55 road runs through the south of Bangor, providing transport links to Holyhead and Chester. If you have been in a collision and need to make a Bangor road traffic accident claim, contact us to see if we can help.
Road traffic accidents
Road traffic accidents can be terrifying and there can be serious injuries which occur as a result. If your accident was not your fault and you were left with injuries which required medical attention, then we would urge you to speak to one of our trained advisors about the possibility of making a claim for compensation.
Did you suffer from a concussion or whiplash from your accident? Were you left with swelling, bruising, broken bones or dislocations? You may have been unfortunate to have been hit by several vehicles and if you are unsure where the blame lies, our experts can help you establish who is to blame for your road traffic accident and whether you could be entitled to compensation for your injuries.
How to claim
If you are thinking about making a claim for compensation following your accident, you will have to be able to meet the following criteria:
- The accident must not have been your fault
- The accident must have taken place recently, in the last three years
- The accident must have directly resulted in your injuries
- Your injuries must have been seen by a medical professional
If you have any photographs, CCTV or witnesses to prove what happened, then these factors can also help your case. You will need to speak to a professional regarding a Bangor road traffic accident claim.Open Claim Calculator
Accident Advice Helpline can help
Here at Accident Advice Helpline we have helped many victims of road traffic accidents get the compensation they deserve. Making a Bangor road traffic accident claim may help with any financial costs you have incurred on your vehicle or personal possessions. You may also have had to take unpaid time off work while recovering. Compensation may also help with the pain you have had to endure.
Call us for free on 0800 689 0500 to see if we can help.