If you’ve been hurt in a road traffic accident caused by a third party uninsured driver you can still claim compensation
Being involved in a car accident is traumatic enough, but finding out that the driver who caused the accident was uninsured can make an already stressful and upsetting situation worse.
It is estimated that there are roughly 2 million uninsured drivers on the road, the question is what are your rights if you have been hit by one of them?
To find out about claiming speak to a personal injury lawyer at Imperium Law on 0800 633 5730.
Claiming compensation is possible even if the driver at fault wasn’t insured.
If you’ve been injured in an accident, and you find out the driver who caused the accident was not insured, you may still make a claim against them.
For those drivers who are left in this position a claim can be made by going through the Motor Insurers Bureau. The MIB was started in 1946 and is funded by UK motor insurers.
Its an organisation which deals with property damage and personal injury claims against drivers who cannot be traced or were uninsured.
You are entitled make a compensation claim for any personal injury you have sustained in an accident against an uninsured driver. If you are successful and you win your claim the MIB will payout.
The process you need to go through when claiming can be complex, and therefore it is best to seek expert legal advice and help.
For a free review of your case call 0800 633 5730.
Why choose us to represent you?
- At Imperium Law we can represent you in your claim against an uninsured driver.
- We have years of experience claiming personal injury compensation for injured drivers and are dedicated to winning our clients the maximum payout possible.
To find out how we can help call our injury team or fill in our contact form and someone will be in touch straight away.
As soon as you have suffered injury in an accident that was not your fault seek legal advice, as the sooner you enlist the help of a legal expert the higher your chances will be of winning your claim.