Need advice on injury claims in the Farne Islands?
If you have been injured in an accident and want to claim personal injury compensation, you will doubtless need advice on injury claims in the Farne Islands. To get expert legal advice, you should contact us at Accident Advice Helpline now.
If you have had an accident or been involved in an incident with another driver, but did not get their personal details, or they didn’t stop to let you know their details, you may want to find the owner of the car to help with your insurance claim. If the police are involved in your accident then they should be able to track down the other driver, as long as you have a description of the car and/or a registration number. But if you want to track down the owner of the car on your own then here are some tips on doing so.
- Speak to the DMV. The DMV has records of who owns each vehicle based on the registration and any other information you can give. If you give them a call then they should be able to track down the last registered details of the owner.
- Go to the police. The police have ways of tracking down the owners of vehicles. If the car didn’t stop after the incident, however, it is possible that the car was stolen. But the police will be able to find out if this is the case and start an investigation on your behalf.
- Look online. Put a description of the vehicle and registration online and see what comes up. You may not be able to find exact details but should be able to find out something to help you to find the owner of the car and also find out if they have been involved in any other accidents or incidents.
It is important to remember that whatever has happened, you should not give chase if a driver drives off before giving you their details. This can only lead to further accidents and may cause more harm to either yourself or your vehicle.
Contact us at Accident Advice Helpline now
If you need advice on injury claims in the Farne Islands, you should contact us at Accident Advice Helpline now. Our phone lines are always open.
Call us from a landline on our freephone number, 0800 689 0500, or from mobiles ring 0333 500 0993.
We can call you to find out how we can help with your possible compensation claim if you send the text message “claim365” to us on 88010.
Why not contact us right now and get advice from our legal experts?
Date Published: 18th December 2013
Author: David Brown