Driver in Fatal Accident Was Uninsured – What to Do?
The hurt of loved ones following a fatal road accident is compounded when the person who caused the death was uninsured.
It is difficult enough to have to deal with the legal complexities following the sudden and unexpected loss of a close family member but then having to find out there is no insurance just makes matters more difficult.
Step in the Motor Insurance Bureau, who can deal with fatal car accident compensation claims if the driver of the vehicle that is at fault was uninsured or untraced.
Fatal Car Accident Uninsured Driver or Untraced Driver
If the driver that caused the death cannot be traced or even if traced has no insurance solicitors acting for the bereaved family will take action against the driver via the MIB. The MIB is a fund set aside by a pool of insurance companies to compensate loved ones for the death of a close family member, funeral expenses and financial dependency losses.
Many fatal car accident claims are taken against a driver that is properly insured but there it is still not uncommon for the MIB to be involved.
Many fatal car accident claims are often following by criminal charges brought by the police for such offences as:
Help and Advice
To take specialist legal advice from solicitors who deal with fatal car accident claims is necessary to over-come the legal complexities that often accompany fatal road traffic accident compensation claims. Not every solicitor who deals in personal injury will have all the necessary expertise to represent bereaved families.
Contact us now the fatal accident claim solicitors, we are here to help you every step of the way.
Posted: January 30, 2017 at 5:50 pm