Need Troedrhiw no win no fee lawyers to help you claim compensation?
The massive expansion that arose in Wales from coal mining and iron production during the Industrial Revolution, is still evident in the village of Troedyrhiw. The railway station, which was first opened in 1841, at its peak saw 600,000 long tons of coal carried along its track each year as well as daily passenger trains.
Still in use today, the train station is now part of the Methyr Line, a commuter railway linking the city of Cardiff with Methyr Tydfil. Congested roads and irate drivers can make travelling to work by car an unattractive proposition, especially if easy to use, alternative transport exists.
Train travel can be a stress-free and environmentally friendly way to commute but unfortunately isn’t without risk. If you have been injured in a train accident within the last three years, you may wish to consult with Troedyrhiw no win no fee lawyers regarding compensation.
How can Troedyrhiw no win no fee lawyers help you claim compensation?
Unlike driving, serious accidents involving train collisions are a rarity, due to stringent safety checks and advances in technology. However, human error is difficult to eliminate completely and injuries can occur on railway property or in carriages as a result of negligent or reckless behaviour. Troedyrhiw no win no fee lawyers may be able to claim compensation for the following accidents and injuries:
- Whiplash – Train malfunctions or sudden stops can result in whiplash injuries, caused when the head is suddenly thrown backwards, sideways or to the front. This vigorous movement causes the tendons and ligaments to extend beyond their normal limits. Persistent neck pain, stiffness, dizziness, headaches and sometimes blurred vision can result in the short-term.
- Lacerations – Objects such as stones or bricks thrown at passing trains, or vandalism to the inside of the carriage, can result in injuries such as lacerations or puncture wounds from shards of glass and metal. Inflammation and infection can result if left untreated and there is a possibility of scarring and nerve damage from severe wounds.
- Fractures – wet floors in cafes, waiting rooms, ticket halls or toilets can all represent a slipping hazard and may lead to broken bones. Complications can arise if the fracture penetrates the skin and damages blood vessels or nerves. If bacteria enters the wound osteomyelitis can occur causing intense pain, fever and swelling in the affected area.
What is the best way to contact Troedyrhiw no win no fee lawyers?
There are two easy ways to get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline. For a quick and easy compensation estimate take the 30-second test. For a no-obligation quote, support and advice, call our customer service team on: 0800 689 0500. Or dial: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.