When it comes to making a personal injury compensation claim following a road traffic accident, the process would seem simple: obtain the details and insurance information of those responsible and start proceedings. But what about in cases where the road traffic accident involves uninsured or stolen vehicles? Against whom do you make a claim and how can you achieve the justice and compensation you deserve to help support your recovery from injury?
At Injury Lawyers UK, we can help support your claims for compensation and take the stresses out of pursuing a claim. We know that making a claim when the driver is uninsured or the vehicle is stolen needs to be passed through the Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB), an organisation dedicated to supporting innocent victims that have suffered as a result of uninsured drivers and stolen vehicles. As such, we can liaise with all the necessary parties leaving you to focus on what’s important: recovery.
Why choose Injury Lawyers UK?
Our knowledge and experience of processing personal injury compensation claims is extensive and, thanks to many years of working in the industry, we know what it takes to ensure that any claim is processed as expediently as possible. We are able to alleviate the stresses and hassles of dealing with the MIB and other parties, so you can rest assured that once your claim is underway, we’ll do all we can to keep you free from worry.
As an added incentive to work with Injury Lawyers UK, we operate on a No Win, No Fee basis, enabling you to pursue a claim with no financial risk attached. Should you be unsuccessful, there will be no unexpected fees to pay.
Contact Injury Lawyers UK today
For more details on the legal services provided by Injury Lawyers UK, or to discuss your own situation regarding an accident involving an uninsured driver of stolen vehicle, get in touch with the team on 0800 1123 156. We’ll be happy to offer impartial advice on any personal injury compensation claim available, and will do all we can to provide the peace of mind you need to aid your recovery.
*There are extreme circumstances where we would require you to pay, these are for example if you deliberately mislead us and it is proven that you have asked us to pursue a fraudulent claim