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Road Traffic Accident Claims

Unfortunately, road traffic accidents occur all too often. Every year, thousands of people are injured, whether they were the driver, passenger, or a pedestrian, through no fault of their own. If you’ve been involved in a road traffic accident, you could be eligible to make a claim.

If you were involved in a road accident as a:

  • Driver of a vehicle (i.e. van, car, bus, lorry, bike/cycle, motorbike or motorcycle), and that accident was caused by another negligent driver
  • Passenger in a vehicle involved in a road traffic accident. The accident may have been caused by either the driver of the vehicle you were travelling with or by another driver
  • Pedestrian or a cyclist that was hit by another negligent motor vehicle

You could be entitled to compensation. Our service is completely free. Make your claim enquiry today »

What if the driver that hit me was uninsured?

All motorists are required by law to have a valid insurance policy. This means that if you are hurt by a third party motorist, you can pursue a road traffic accident claim against them. However, if the negligent motorist was uninsured at the time of the accident, you can still make a claim through the Motor Insurers Bureau (MIB). If the accident involved a stolen vehicle, or was a hit and run, you can make a claim against the vehicle owner's insurance company, or through the MIB.

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