Untraced or Uninsured Motorist Road Accident Claims
Government statistics now suggest that as many as 1 in 10 motorists are currently driving without insurance, and it is often this absence of insurance cover that leads motorists to fail to stop and provide their details following a road traffic accident. In both of these circumstances a claim can still be pursued against the at fault driver through what is called the Motor Insurers Bureau. So called MIB claims can be very complexed and it is important to have expert solicitors dealing with your claim. Furthermore, in order to succeed with claims under the “Untraced Drivers Agreement” it is a condition that the accident be reported to the Police at the very earliest opportunity, and certainly within 14 days if you are claiming for personal injuries. Failure to do so can jeopardise a claim but expert legal advice on these issues is available on 0800 298 6013 or contact us or complete the contact form.