Most people will know Swansea is in Wales, but it actually more precisely sits on a small section of the southern border. This faces the Bristol Channel and Swansea Bay is a key part of the area. Not surprisingly, it is known as a coastal city due to its location. The urban area’s population numbers some 179,000 people, but the larger Swansea Bay City region has a rather larger population of 685,000 people. Whenever anyone in the area is unlucky enough to suffer an accident (not a common occurrence, by any means), they might reasonably wonder whether they could have access to a Swansea accident advice helpline.
In truth, this can be the easiest way to discover the situation regarding an accident as it pertains in law. Someone will usually be at fault for causing an accident. Sometimes this might potentially be someone who wasn’t even there at the time. Imagine you trip over a loose kerb stone, for example. Someone should have made sure that kerb was safe, and if it wasn’t, they could be responsible.
Getting the facts
It’s understandable that you might feel overwhelmed at the thought of seeking legal advice. After all, the chances are you won’t know anything at all about this area of law. However, you will usually find it is merely a case of calling an expert and having a chat about things on the phone first of all. If you do this, you are under no obligation to take things further and it does mean you will know for sure where you stand.
Doesn’t that sound like the best way to see whether you could claim anything following some sort of accident?
Using a helpline
As you can see, it might be a lot easier than you first thought to get information about your own situation with regard to an accident that resulted in you suffering from injuries. Even if your injuries were relatively minor in nature, you might still be able to claim something.Open Claim Calculator
Every case is looked at on an individual basis, so you just need to find a Swansea accident advice helpline to call. We have the number you need – free to call – on 0800 689 0500. This puts you through to Accident Advice Helpline and gives you the chance to see exactly what might happen next. Isn’t it about time you found out more?