The small town of Llanwrtyd Wells lies in Powys, Wales and had a population of just 850 people in 2011. Said to be Britain’s smallest town, Llanwrtyd Wells is known for its spa waters and also hosts a number of annual events which attract visitors from far and wide, including the Man Versus Horse Marathon. If you have been injured whilst attending an event in the area, you might find yourself wondering who is to blame. Generally, event organisers take responsibility for your safety whilst you are a spectator at an event, and if you have been injured then they could be held liable and you could find yourself eligible to make a no-win, no-fee* in Llanwrtyd Wells claim. Accident Advice Helpline could help you with this as we have over 16 years’ experience helping people to claim accident compensation and a great track record of success too.
Three years to make a no-win, no-fee* in Llanwrtyd Wells claim
It’s easy to sit around after your accident and wonder whether or not you might be eligible to claim personal injury compensation. But with a three-year time limit in place to make a claim, it’s a good idea to get in touch with a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible to find out if you could make a no-win, no-fee* in Llanwrtyd Wells claim. If you wait too long, you could miss out. Provided you can say ‘yes’ to the following questions, there is a good chance that you’re eligible to claim personal injury compensation for your pain, suffering and financial losses:
- Did your accident happen in the last three years?
- Did somebody else cause your accident?
- Did you seek medical treatment for your injuries?
This last point is especially important, as we’ll need to see evidence of any treatment you received, such as a copy of a medical report from your doctor.
Who’s to blame for your accident?
The truth is you could need no-win, no-fee* in Llanwrtyd Wells after being injured as a spectator at almost any kind of event, so who is at fault for your accident? The organisers of an event normally accept responsibility for any injuries which affect participants or spectators, so it’s worth reporting your accident to them so that they can take the appropriate action. Even if you have sustained minor injuries such as a sprained ankle from a slip, trip or fall, or facial lacerations after being hit in the face by flying debris, you could still be entitled to make a claim for your pain and suffering.
The best way to find out if you have an eligible claim is to call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile. It’s free to call from a landline and our expert advisors will be on hand offering you confidential advice – and there is no obligation to go ahead with a claim at any point. If you’d like to find out how much compensation you could get then you can take the 30-second test on our website right now to find out.
Date Published: 3rd August 2017
Author: Rob Steen