It’s easier than you think to find a personal injury solicitor in Burry Port – all you have to do is make one phone call to Accident Advice Helpline. The friendly advisors will soon establish exactly what your claim is all about and whether it is likely to be successful.
You will need to be able to show that someone else was responsible for your injur, this means that they were at fault for the accident in which you were injured. In some accidents it is quite clear what caused the accident whilst in others it is a bit trickier.
If you have an expert personal injury solicitor in Burry Port – like the solicitors provided by Accident Advice Helpline – they will be able to help you do this quite easily. Because we operate nationally, we can help you regardless of your location.
Whilst this can be distressing and upsetting it also helps to establish fault and prove exactly how you were injured.
Finding a personal injury solicitor in Burry Port – who caused your accident?
Causes of car accidents are varied and complex – no two accidents are the same. However, there are some factors that come up time and time again and feature in many of the accidents that a personal injury solicitor in Burry Port would handle. Driving in a way that breaks the law is an obvious one. Laws have been introduced for good reason – they are there to prevent accidents and to stop people getting hurt.
Some of the following have been responsible for many road traffic accidents and have caused many people to hunt for a personal injury solicitor in Burry Port.
- Exceeding a speed limit – it is both against the law and very dangerous to exceed a speed limit and so it is vital to know what the speed limit is for the particular road that you are on! In urban areas this can vary from street to street so you have to be very alert. Slower speed limits are installed around areas where vulnerable people such as children and the elderly are likely to be crossing the road. The streets around parks and schools typically have a speed limit of 20mph whereas other urban streets tend to have a limit of 30 mph.
- Disobeying ‘give-way’ or ‘stop’ signs – it is against the law to disobey these signs. They are installed at junctions to make sure that one stream of traffic has the right of way and a second stream has to wait for a safe gap in the traffic before pulling out. This can be very frustrating but pulling out from a junction without looking properly can have very serious implication. Every year, hundreds of motorcyclists are badly injured in this type of accident.
So for expert legal advice about a possible claim call Accident Advice Helpline today on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 21st April 2014
Author: David Brown