Accidents with uninsured drivers

Uninsured driver claims

Our personal injury solicitors understand that road traffic accidents and injuries can be a stressful experience, especially if the driver of the other vehicle is uninsured.

While many believe that you cannot claim after an accident with an uninsured driver, it is possible to get compensation for this type of incident. Our legal team have years of experience in this area, providing a high level of support and handling cases in an attentive and sensitive manner.

How do I receive compensation?

The Motor Insurers Bureau was established to compensate victims of uninsured and untraced drivers. The company is funded by contributions from all other insurance providers and can present compensation for both personal injury and property damage caused by an uninsured driver accident.

The Bureau requires sufficient evidence about the uninsured driver involved such as their identity and location. However, if this cannot be obtained, your claim is dealt with under the ‘Untraced Drivers Agreement’ which could affect the amount of compensation you receive.

Specialist legal support

It is important to choose a solicitor specialising in accident with uninsured driver claims as the process can be more complicated than standard road traffic accidents. Having handled a large number of cases in this area and recovered millions of pounds of compensation for clients, we will be able to manage your uninsured driver claim and make sure you get the justice you deserve.

Once we have gathered all the evidence about the accident, we will then work with the MIB to ensure you get the best possible amount of compensation. When bringing a claim through our personal injury solicitors, you can rest safe in the knowledge that your case is in very capable hands.

If you have suffered from an accident or injury caused by an uninsured driver, contact us on 0800 652 9515 to discuss the incident with a member of our legal team.

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