Road Traffic Accidents in Pembrokeshire


Getting help for road traffic accidents in Pembrokeshire goes beyond the initial phase following the actual incident, which involves dealing with medical issues and insurance companies.

Following a road traffic accident, you might need care from a nurse or other kind of caring professional so that you recover properly. You might, for example, need a home help, or a childminder, if you have children and need to ensure that they can get to school and back home safely.

In addition to this, you could need to use public transport, which you ordinarily might not use – after all, you have a car, but you can’t drive it while you’re injured. Mind you, the car’s in the garage at the moment, getting repaired, so you wouldn’t be able to drive it anyway.

The costs can mount up after road traffic accidents in Pembrokeshire

As you can see from the things mentioned above, you can end up with a lot of expenses when you’ve been in the unfortunate position of suffering a road traffic accident.

But you can get help about this, too – simply call Accident Advice Helpline and make a compensation claim, and you could be awarded a payout that will take care of all this expenditure. Not only that, either – the payout will include an element for the pain and suffering that you have experienced because of the injury.

Getting started with your claim

Accident Advice Helpline’s team of advisers can take your call anytime – and we mean anytime. Our hotline is open 24/7!

Yes, all you need to do is pick up the phone, dial the number, and start giving your details to an advisor. They’ll treat you with empathy and sensitivity, so you don’t have to worry about anything. Just open up to them, and they will give you all the information they can about what happens next.

The next step, for those who qualify to claim, is to have a ‘no win, no fee*’ solicitor handle their claim. If this is the case for you, your adviser will pass on your details, and the solicitor will get to work.

This is where the process effectively ends, for you, because the solicitor should be able to deal with the claim on your behalf. Most claims for road traffic accidents in Pembrokeshire are handled entirely on behalf of our clients, with no need for them to attend court. All you need to do is attend an additional medical assessment in order for the claim to proceed.

Call us now!

Our lines are open all the time, so give us a call on:

  • 0800 689 0500 from a landline
  • 0333 500 0993 from a mobile

Alternatively, text “claim365” to 88010 and someone will call you instead.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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