If you are injured in an accident involving an uninsured driver, you are still able to claim compensation.
The Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB) was established to protect motorists in cases of this nature, ensuring you receive the compensation you deserve if you are hit by an uninsured driver, or if an untraceable driver was responsible.
How To Claim
When looking to make a compensation claim after being hit by an uninsured driver, there are a number of considerations which should be made. Initially, it is important to prove that someone else was responsible for the incident.
An additional factor is the date of the accident, with claims only eligible if the incident occurred within the last three years.
An exception to this rule applies to individuals who were injured before their 18th birthday, with the cut off point reverting to three years from the date they reached this age.
Our team can offer full support and guidance on how to best deal with the MIB and receive the full compensation you deserve.
In addition to securing monetary compensation for the injuries you suffered, medical costs, loss of earnings, damage to property, insurance costs and vehicular repair can also be factored into the payout you receive.
Contact Croftons Solicitors
As you only have three years from the date of the accident to claim, it is advisable to contact Croftons Solicitors as soon as possible if you feel you have a legitimate case.
Our expert advisors are on hand to answers to any questions and offer full guidance on what you should do next.
To get in touch with one of our team, fill in the online contact form or call free on 0800 2800 094.