There have been concerns regarding motorists speeding through Abertridwr for years, and this was highlighted in October 2012 when a driver in a car, going towards Senghenydd lost control of his vehicle and hit a wall before careering across the road and coming to rest under a parked car. That car then hit one that was parked behind it. The driver was later arrested on suspicion of drinking and driving, taking the car without the owner’s permission, driving without insurance and being in possession of an offensive weapon. The driver was later taken to hospital and treated for injuries to the face. If anyone had been injured by such reckless driving it might have been possible to make an Abertridwr road traffic accident claim for injuries.
Filing an Abertridwr road traffic accident claim
If you have been injured in a road traffic accident in Abertridwr, you might be considering the possibility of making an Abertridwr road traffic accident claim. In order to file one, you should bear in mind that you need to be able to prove firstly that you were not to blame for the accident, and secondly that it was another person’s fault. That other person may not have been present at the accident scene however.
For example, if your car suddenly disappeared in a crater in the road, and you were injured, you might be able to file an Abertridwr road traffic accident claim against the local authority which is responsible for maintaining roads and pavements in its area of jurisdiction.
Accidents in towns
You might have the misfortune to have an accident because a domestic animal, such as a dog or cat ran in front of your car and you swerved to avoid it and crashed into oncoming traffic. It is often preferable to hit an animal rather than to lose control of a vehicle and kill or seriously injure a pedestrian or other road user.
If you think that you have good grounds for making an Abertridwr road traffic accident claim, you might want to call us at Accident Advice Helpline for expert advice.
Call Accident Advice Helpline today
Why not call us at Accident Advice Helpline for help, information and expert legal advice regarding your potential claim? From a landline call 0800 689 0500, or if you’d prefer to call from a mobile, the number to ring is 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 3rd December 2014