Workplace Injury Solicitors In Pontardawe


Pontardawe is a town found within the Swansea Valley in South Wales, with a name that can be translated as meaning ‘bridge on the Tawe’. The settlement began life as a small dwelling sited at the crossroads of two drovers’ tracks, one from Swansea to Brecon and the other from Neath to Llandeilo.

Pontardawe’s Industry And Economy

It was then in the latter part of the 19th and throughout the 20th century that Pontardawe began to grow and develop in earnest, due largely to the expansion of the steel and tinplate industries in the region. Pontardawe at this time, in fact, played host to a number of steelworks and tinplate works exporting all over the world and it was the economic impetus provided by this heavy industry that spurred population growth in the town.

None of the original heavy industry remains, due to the fact that this sector has declined to the point of near extinction in the whole of the UK, but much of the slack has been taken up in Pontardawe by small engineering firms, motor maintenance and building supplies firms. This means therefore that the town is still able to sustain a healthy population of more than 5,000 people and remain a relatively busy urban centre. One side-effect of this, however, is the fact that an increased number of accidents and injuries does mean that for workplace injury solicitors Pontardawe does create a fairly high number of compensation claims.

Workplace Injury Solicitors Pontardawe

The greater chance of accidents and injuries brought by the higher population and the presence of some manufacturing sector activity in the area is therefore what explains why for workplace injury solicitors Pontardawe can be a common source of claims. The question which must be asked now then is why this is important to residents of the town. In short, the answer is because it means that you may be more likely to need the help of workplace injury solicitors Pontardawe residents. Therefore, it becomes crucial for you to find out where you should turn to seek this kind of help, so that is what will form the focus of the remainder of this article.

Where To Turn If You Want To Pursue Compensation

The very best thing you can do as a first step towards pursuing a personal injury claim is to seek help and guidance from Accident Advice Helpline. This is the case as they are peerless personal injury professionals who will be able to guide you through the whole claims process and also provide you with the very best solicitors to fight your case if you do decide to proceed. You can speak to their advisers 24 hours a day by calling either 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 on a mobile.

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