Updated: Wednesday, 10th August 2016

No matter whether you live in Ceredigion or anywhere else in England or Wales, we can will assist with your claim and we will always arrange a medical assessment at a centre near you .

Making an injury claim

Claims for compensation must, in the majority of cases, be made within a three-year window.

In order to successfully win an injury claim, it should be demonstrated that:

  • You were owed a duty of care by the Defendant
  • That duty was breached by the Defendant
  • The Defendant's breach caused your injury or illness

Your solicitor should consider how these issues will relate to your injury claim.

Advice for those seeking a personal injury solicitor

In many cases a claim for compensation can take months to agree a settlement and in the most serious claims, some claims can take over a year. The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) regulates all solicitors, however the level of service offered by different firms varies.

Considering the effect your solicitor can have on your life, both during and after your recovery, finding a solicitor to fit your requirements is vital.

Comparing injury solicitors in Ceredigion - online reviews

Discussing you claim with a solicitor is an easy way to identify whether they are a good fit. Reviews for personal injury law firms are a great resource to compare the approach offered by different firms.

Are Ceredigion Claimants restricted to only local personal injury solicitors?

Claimants are not restricted to local firms and can make a selection based on the success fee a solicitor charges or other service factors.

In most cases, the only aspect that should be carried out locally is the medical exam. This exam provides necessary medical evidence to support your claim, and is carried out in partnership with a member of our national medical network.

Solicitors working on a No Win, No Fee basis generally charge a success fee and for ATE insurance. Deductions from a Claimant's compensation for bronchitis, for example, ranges from £16,830 to £25,300 (based on 2015 market data).

What kinds of claims does Quittance conduct in Ceredigion and Wales?

Compensation can be claimed for a wide range of injuries and illnesses in Ceredigion and across Wales. We can help with:

Accidents in the workplace

We have handled claims for Claimants, from construction workers to clinical research associates, to secure financial compensation settlements. Work accident figures in the Powys local authority collated under reporting legislation by the Health and Safety Executive in the table below:

Work accidents in Powys Local Authority (RIDAGGR)2011/122012/132013/14
Other282521
Machinery related injury1065
Harmful substance exposure (e.g. welding rods)342
Fall from height (ladder)211513
Animal related521
Manual handling523528
Physical attack1868
Slip, trip, fall same level573936
Struck against1067
Struck by moving vehicle412
Struck by object201813
Crushed by something collapsing010

Clinical negligence in Ceredigion

Clinical negligence (in the past known as referred to as medical negligence) is where there has been a failing by a healthcare provider. Our panel of solicitors acting for Wales and Ceredigion have helped with claims filed against health services that include Tregaron Hospital, Tregaron, SY25 6JP.

Road accidents in Ceredigion

Quittances panel of knowledgeable solicitors have vast experience in obtaining maximum compensation for anyone hurt in a car accident in Ceredigion.

Accidents involving cars, motorbikes and other vehicles in Ceredigion are relatively frequent. Officially reported accident data shows 9 fatal accidents, 101 serious accidents and 394 slight accidents in 2013 in Powys (Total events were 504 local authority district. In 2014 total accidents had increased to 582.

Serious injury solicitors serving Ceredigion

We recognise the difference injury compensation can make to severely injured Claimants.

We work for the maximum compensation for severe injury and illness, which includes compensation for the cost of treatment and physiotherapy. Our panel of law firms have helped families receive compensation for numerous catastrophic injuries and chronic conditions. Injuries and medical conditions categorised as catastrophic or serious range from degloving injuries to bowel cancer.

Slips and trips

Officially reported figures demonstrate that slips and trips continue to be the most common cause of injury at work in Wales in 2015. Slips, trips and falls are quite often connected to accidents recorded in a different category for instance being hit by an object falling from a building or a quarry drowning accident. Public liability cases for injuries like cheekbone fractures occurring on obstructed pathways are also quite prevalent with recent pavement trips having happened on St Hamon & District Village Hall and on East St.

Ceredigion No Win, No Fee Expert Solicitors

Lawyers handling Ceredigion injury claims work on a Conditional Fee Agreement, or CFA. This is also called a No Win, No Fee agreement. The agreement prevents your solicitor from billing you for any fees if the case is lost.

Will I have to pay any fees?

No Win, No Fee should mean that there are no hidden costs and there is nothing owed if the claim is lost. With our 100% No Win, No Fee guarantee, you will not be charged unexpected costs and there are no catches hiding in the small print.

Click here to read more about about our No Win, No Fee.

How to proceed

Whether you are ready to start you claim now or are simply looking for more information, Quittance can help.

Get more information

Making the right decision depends on the correct information. Get answers to your questions before you choose a lawyer.

If you would like to know more before phoning, see our FAQ section.

Ready to start your personal injury claim?

Call an expert on 0800 612 7456 to get your injury claim underway. Alternatively, you can start the compensation claim here.

Quittance's expert team look forward to helping you. If you have further questions, you can call us on 0800 612 7456 or request a free callback today.