If you live in Builth Wells in the heart of Powys in Mid Wales then you are used to travelling long distances to get what you need. You will have to travel to nearby cities like Hereford, Swansea or Cardiff to buy many things and this involves a round trip of many hours. For this reason, most people in Builth Wells own a car and use it every day to get around. The public transport system in rural areas can be a little erratic to say the least.
So, what happens if you have just suffered a road traffic accident and your car is off the road for a while or you are too badly injured to drive? Is it possible to find a personal injury solicitor in Builth Wells who has the expertise to take on your case?
Can I find a personal injury solicitor in Builth Wells?
The answer is YES, you can! What’s more you can do it from the comfort of your own home! All you have to do to find a personal injury solicitor in Builth Wells is ring Accident Advice Helpline. They are a leading UK law firm who can supply an expert personal injury solicitor in Builth Wells and any other part of the UK.
Once you have given some basic details about your accident and your injuries to the friendly professional advisers you have to do very little.
What can a personal injury solicitor in Builth Wells do for me?
They will firstly determine what sort of accident you have had. May be you live in Builth Wells and have suffered an accident at work. Many people work in the agriculture and construction industries in this area and these are notorious for hazards presented by:
- Working from heights
Perhaps you were simply travelling through Builth Wells by car – the main road through Mid Wales (the A483) passes through the town centre. You may have even been staying in the town to visit the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show ground.
However your accident was caused, your Accident Advice Helpline solicitor will set about gathering the evidence to prove that the accident was someone else’s fault and will then start a claim against that person.
How much money will I get?
It will not be possible for your lawyer to work out exactly how much money (compensation) you will get at the start of your claim. This is negotiated over a period of time and all of the individual circumstances of your situation will need to be taken into account. If you are very seriously injured then you are likely to get more money and this is only fair because you will have experienced more pain and suffering.
Date Published: 5th April 2014
Author: David Brown