Deganwy is a village in Conwy in Wales. If you live there and your children are off school for the holidays, they may be spending a great deal of time in the garden playing. However, as is often the way with our young ones, after a time, they want to build a den in the garden, it is more often than not a tree house. The problem with tree houses is that unless you have prior knowledge of them they can be dangerous for the children and so it is best to have a look around and see how much it costs to get professionals in to put one up.
This usually means a drive out to garden centres to see what is available. We can only hope then that while you are on your way there that a lorry delivering a load of outdoor homes does not lose a home from its load onto your car. If this happens and you are injured you may be able to claim compensation for road traffic accidents in Deganwy. You should telephone Accident Advice Helpline to find out more.
Do not worry that when you telephone to ask about claiming compensation for road traffic accidents in Deganwy that you will be sent forms the size of a telephone directory to fill in because most claims can be processed by telephone. Furthermore, most claimants do not need to attend court.
A no win no fee* basis
Once it has been established that you might have a compensation claim for personal injuries relating to road traffic accidents in Deganwy then an online calculator will estimate how much compensation you might get if an accident solicitor wins your case. This would be on a no win no fee* basis.
If you have been in an accident within the past three years which was due to a third party then you really should telephone Accident Advice Helpline now. Lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The number is 0800 689 0500 or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Part of our genetic memory
It is strange how children all seem to be drawn to tree houses. There could actually be a reason for this. Two million years ago, the Australopithecus who is believed to be ancestral to modern day humans could have slept in trees. We think that they spent their days on the ground probably close to the edge of the forest and also near the river but it is possible that they retired to the trees for the night. The reason for this is that it would have been a place of safety from big cats and hyenas that might have preyed on the Australopithecus at night. They could even have gathered leaves and grass and built themselves temporary nests to sleep in. Maybe it is part of our genetic memories which means we love to be in tree houses as children.