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Accidents with drivers that have no insurance

 

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Most people would agree that being involved in a road accident is one of the most traumatic events that one can experience. 

Imagine how you would feel if the person that crashed into your vehicle was driving with NO INSURANCE and had no means with which to pay for your vehicle repairs or your personal injury compensation.

Here we explain what you can do if you find yourself in this position.

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More on claiming compensation from a driver with no insurance You may be amazed to learn that there are up to 1.2 million road users who are driving without insurance in the UK.

This staggering statistic suggests that anyone could at anytime be involved in an accident with an uninsured driver. The odds are rather shorter than you might believe.  

So what should you do if you have been involved in such an accident? Who will pay your compensation for vehicle damage and personal injury?  

There is a way to obtain rightful compensation but the process can be more complicated than claiming directly from an insurer.

The MOTOR INSURERS BUREAU (or MIB) is an industry led organisation set up to compensate victims of accidents involving uninsured or untraced (hit and run) motorists.  

We would be happy to help you with any claim against an uninsured driver.

Call our helpline today for immediate assistance or complete our online form. Speak to our accident claim helpline today and let us help you with your hit and run claim.

 















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