Inverness Car Accident Claims


Accidents with cars, accidents with lorries, accidents with motorbikes – they all happen every day on UK roads, as well as accidents with any other type of vehicle you can think of. The most common of all road traffic accidents though are the ones that involve cars. It is often the case that in these accidents, someone is injured through no fault of their own, and they might want to make Inverness car accident claims for compensation.

The accidents that cause Inverness car accident claims

There are many reasons why car accidents happen, the most common one being driver error. There are many drivers who fall into bad habits on the road. They never stick to speed limits, do other things while they are driving, and some will totally ignore road signs that give instructions. Of course there are drivers that do much worse things, but it only needs something simple to cause a road traffic accident and people to be injured through no fault of their own.

Settlement of Inverness road traffic accident claim 

Most times, a road traffic accident claim would be settled by the other drivers insurance – but what if there is no insurance. This is more common than people realise. It could be that the other car was stolen, that the accident was a hit and run, or that the drivers insurance had simply not been renewed. Whatever the reason, a lack of insurance is no help to the innocent victim.

In this situation, the claim is referred to the Motor Insurers Bureau (MIB). Any insurer that sells motor insurance has to be a member of the MIB. Each year they have to pay a levy to them, based on their turnover of motor insurance business. This levy is then used to settle claims where there is a lack of insurance. 

Accident Advice Helpline is here to help

Our goal is to help every innocent victim get the compensation they are entitled to, and deserve. We have been very successful in this aim, and have already helped many thousands of victims get the compensation they were due. 

We will ensure that every facet of your accident and injury is looked at, to maximise the amount you are awarded. This will be done in a very simple and efficient manner, so that it causes you as little stress as possible.

Call our friendly advisors on freephone number 0800 689 0500, and have a chat with them about your circumstances after an accident that was not your fault. You will find they are sympathetic to your needs, and will guide you through your claim. You can also call them from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.

The sooner you make your claim the better chance it has of success, so give us a call today.

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