Carmarthenshire personal injury specialists

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By Oliviah Rix-Taylor

on Thursday 13 December 2018



Making an Injury Claim

With most cases, compensation claims should be made within three years of the date of the injury.

To successfully win an injury claim, your solicitor must demonstrate that the Defendant owed you a duty of care, that the ‘at fault’ party was then negligent in the safety and well-being that was owed to you, and that your injury or illness was caused by that breach. A free consultation with our experienced team will provide you with all the details you need and deliver answers regarding the strength of your claim.

Making your claim as soon as possible will enable your solicitor to help gather useful supporting evidence and witness statements.


Finding the best solicitor for your compensation claim

Our personal injury solicitor s aim to secure the maximum compensation by acting on your behalf to assess the value of your claim, negotiate the relevant paperwork and settle a final amount.

Experienced solicitors will decide whether a No Win No Fee agreement is suitable for your claim by collating supporting evidence, consisting of;

  • Witnesses to the event

  • Identifying the party at fault

  • Local medical examination

Using this information they will decide whether your claim has a reasonable prospect of success.

There is a range of personal injury compensation claims that our solicitors undertake in Carmarthenshire, most notably in the areas outlined below.

Serious injury

Between 2013 and 2016 over 650 serious injuries were reported by the Health and Safety Executive in Carmarthenshire.

Our solicitors work with the Courts, medical providers and insurance companies to get the compensation deserved from life-altering injuries that can incur subsequent medical and care costs.

Road Traffic Accidents

According to the Welsh Government, In Carmarthenshire last year there were just over 400 reported Road Traffic Accidents, which included 10 fatalities and 86 injuries of a serious nature.

Car or motorcycle accidents can be amongst the most damaging but our specialist solicitors are experienced in negotiating the maximum compensation for your claim.

Clinical and medical negligence

Clinical and medical negligence relates to a breach of the duty of care by your healthcare provider and is grounds for a personal injury claim. If you have experienced a breach of in your duty of care at any of the following hospitals and health boards then our Carmarthenshire team can help;

  • Prince Phillip Hospital

  • Glangwili General Hospital

  • Hywel Dda University Health Board


Accidents in the workplace

Between 2013 and 2016, in the South West region, there was an average estimate of 16,000 cases of work-related injuries that resulted in an absence from work of seven days or longer.

Suffering an injury at work can result in long-term financial implications as well as the immediate physiological damage. Our network of solicitors have experienced with work-related injuries in the Carmarthenshire locality and can help you process your claim.


No Win No Fee agreement

Where possible, our solicitors work on a No Win No Fee agreement so there will be no upfront cost to process your claim and we make sure you do not absorb any of the cost that the solicitors incur in using our service.

Making your claim

If you would like more information on the claims process for personal injury then call our free phone number and a member of our team will talk you through it. 

0808 1454275

Accident Line Direct can help you begin your potential claim, get in touch today!