Claims Against Uninsured Drivers | No Win No Fee | Personal Injury Claims
Road traffic accidents
Claims Against Uninsured Drivers
Road accident injuries take time to heal. They can be permanent, life-changing, life-threatening, or even result in further health complications. Road traffic accident (RTA) claims can be made depending on the kind of accident. Road traffic accident claims can be made for both personal and direct injuries such as;
- whiplash injury
- airbag injury
- Seat belt injury
- Child restraints injury
A road traffic accident can happen because of many reasons. Most car accidents occur mainly because of;
- Weather conditions
- Poor road maintenance
- Car malfunction
The amount of compensation you receive will depend on the scale and impact of your injuries. This amount of compensation ensures that you won’t end up financially broke. For this, you will get compensated for all your expenses and further treatment.
You might feel concerned about your financial situation while claiming, but you can claim on a No Win No Fee basis. The No Win No Fee system means that you will be charged only when you win the case. You do not have to pay anything upfront. After winning the claim, the driver’s insurance company will pay the compensation, but what will happen if another person driving their car without insuring it?
Accidents including uninsured drivers
Many people believe that to make a road accident claim for an injury, such as whiplash, the other driver needs to have comprehensive insurance. In comparison, it has been legally necessary since 2011 for all vehicle drivers in the UK to have a minimum standard of insurance. But some motorists still don’t have insurance, and there is still a risk of being involved in an accident with uninsured drivers in the UK.
MIB(Motors Insurance Bureau)
Whether you’re a driver, passenger, or pedestrian, if you are involved in an accident caused by an uninsured driver, you may be eligible for claim compensation. Motor Insurers’ Bureau is a body which has been introduced in 1946 and was set up to provide a fund to compensate innocent victims of road traffic accidents of this type. Every insurance company in the UK funds MIB, and then MIB pays compensation to you.