How to claim against an uninsured young driver

Driving without insurance is illegal in the UK. If you have been involved in a road traffic accident with an uninsured young driver, you may be able to claim compensation.

Making a road traffic accident claim against a young driver

It’s no surprise that making a car crash claim against an uninsured young driver is not as straightforward as claiming against an insured driver. However, if you’ve been injured in a car accident and it wasn’t your fault, Accident Advice Helpline could still help you to get the compensation you deserve even if the other driver did not have valid insurance.

There are certain qualifying criteria in place when making a road traffic accident claim. Accident Advice Helpline has a very quick, 30 second test that you can complete to check whether or not you have a valid claim; if you answer yes to the following questions, you should call the legal team for free advice:

  • Have you had an accident on the roads or been injured in a car crash?
  • Did the accident happen in the last 3 years?
  • Was the accident somebody else’s fault?
  • Have you got evidence to back up your claim?

What does the claims process involve?

When you call Accident Advice Helpline you will be able to talk to a legal expert about your case. They will gather as much information as possible about the incident and then handle the case on your behalf. The vast majority of clients never have to go to court and most of the details that are required can be collected over the telephone.

Accident Advice Helpline was established over a decade ago with the goal of providing consumers with a means of claiming for accidents and incidents that occurred through no fault of their own.

The firm employs legal experts with experience in a vast range of claims, including work accident compensation, industrial deafness claims and travel accident compensation. All their lawyers work on a no win, no fee* basis and the company is endorsed by television’s Esther Rantzen.

Road traffic accident injuries

The most common type of injury people claim for following a car accident is whiplash. Whiplash occurs as a result of the body jolting forward and then backwards in quick succession. It often causes severe pain in the neck and back and can force people to take time off work. Other injuries caused by collisions include broken bones, loss of movement, spinal injuries, paralysis and head injuries.

So for expert legal advice about a possible claim call Accident Advice Helpline today on: 0800 689 0500 from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.

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