Rowen is a village on the slopes of the Conwy Valley in Conwy. The name Rowen (from rowein in Middle English) means ‘a second crop’ denoting rich, fertile agricultural land. Just above Rowen, in the hills there is an example of a cromlech (burial chambers dating from Neolithic times) so the area has been inhabited for millennia. It is known as Maen y Bardd or the Bard’s Stone, and not far from it there is a standing stone which is believed to date from the second century BC. If you visit Rowen, be sure to go to the 14th century merchant’s house in nearby Conwy. It is said to be haunted by several ghosts, with the loft being a popular place for the spectres.
Have you had a whiplash injury in Rowen?
You may have sustained a whiplash injury in Rowen in a number of ways. It is possible to have a whiplash injury in accidents other that road traffic ones. A blow to the head can give you a whiplash injury in Rowen, for example. If you play rugby or any other contact sport, you may have a whiplash injury in Rowen as a result of an illegal tackle, for instance. If that is the case, you may be entitled to make a personal injury compensation claim.
If you can prove that the accident in which you had your whiplash injury in Rowen (for example) was not your fault in any way, and that another person was to blame for it, then you could be entitled to make a personal injury compensation claim. Of course, you would have to have sought medical treatment for your injuries immediately after your accident as a medical report is necessary for any personal injury compensation claim.
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