Fatal Accident Claims – Uninsured Driver
When faced with a fatal accident claims road traffic accident there can be worry for the dependent family that the defendant driver does not have motor insurance to provide compensation to the deceased’s estate and family left behind.
Thankfully, even if the defendant driver was uninsured or even untraced at the time of the fatal accident claim the family and the estate of the deceased are still able to obtain compensation from the Motor Insurance Bureau (MIB).
The MIB has been set up to provide compensation for fatal accident claim so that the family left behind do not financially suffer as a result of losing a love one.
The claim procedure will be handled the same by the fatal accident claim solicitors which will include:
- Investigating the circumstances of the fatal accident claim.
- Dealing with the police
- Speaking to the coroner
- Attendance at a coroner’s hearing if required
- Establishing compensation award
- Establishing dependents of the deceased.
- Providing compensation payments
Fatal Accident Claims – Need Advice?
If you or a member of the family who have lost a loved one and are in need for advice, please contact the fatal accident claim solicitors now.
Posted: June 15, 2017 at 12:37 pm