Gwersyllt is a village in North Wales, near Wrexham. The name comes from the Welsh ‘gwersyll’ meaning campsite, with the‘t’ added due to the local dialect. It was in the parish of Gresford until 1851 when it was big enough to be given its own parish status. Gwersyllt grew because of the coal mining industry, as did so many villages in Wales. It is served by a railway line which connects Gwersylllt to Wrexham and Liverpool, but probably if you are a resident of the village you will drive to work. This means that you might have been involved in one of the road traffic accidents in Gwersyllt, as unfortunately these types of accident can occur anywhere.
Claiming for road traffic accidents in Gwersyllt
If you have been involved in any of the road traffic accidents in Gwersyllt, it is not beyond the realms of possibility that you are considering making a personal injury compensation claim. Perhaps, however, you are unsure about how to begin. If this is the case, call us at Accident Advice Helpline for information and expert legal advice. We may even be able to put you in touch with an specialist road traffic accident lawyer who works on no-win, no-fee* basis, as we work with a team of such experts. All you have to do is call us on one of the freephone numbers given below.
Criteria for making an injury claim
If you have been injured in one of the road traffic accidents in Gwersyllt, to make a personal injury compensation claim, you have to be able to prove that you were not responsible for the accident in any way. You must also be able to prove (with the help of your personal injury lawyer) that another person was responsible for the accident. There must be someone to sue for damages, and be responsible for the accident either directly or indirectly; for example if the poor state of the road caused the accident then the local authority might be held responsible for the accident.
If anyone is injured in a road traffic accident in the UK the police must be informed and the person should seek immediate medical treatment. The police will investigate the accident and write a report which you will need if you are to make a claim for your injuries. Your medical report is also needed.
Accident Advice Helpline
Call us at Accident Advice Helpline at any time, day or night, any day of the year including on Bank Holidays for help, information and expert legal advice about your potential personal injury compensation claim. Call us on one of our helpline numbers:- 0800 689 0500 for calls from landlines, or 0333 500 0993 for calls from mobiles. Why not call us now?
Date Published: 5th September 2014