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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    How much can you claim from the Motor Insurance Bureau?

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    How much can you claim from the Motor Insurance Bureau?

    The Motor Insurance Bureau is a fund from which you can claim for property damage and injury when compensation cannot be claimed from another source in light of a road traffic incident. For instance, one of the most common occasions on which people claim from the Motor Insurance Bureau are when they are injured in a car accident that was the fault of an uninsured driver, who cannot be traced after the incident.

    How much can you claim from the Motor Insurance Bureau?

    There is no definitive, cut-and-dried answer to the question, ‘How much can you claim from the Motor Insurance Bureau?’ As with all compensation claims, each case has individual factors and considerations which are taken into account when the amount of compensation is decided. However, whilst there is no definite answer to the question, ‘How much can you claim from the Motor Insurance Bureau?’ it is important to realise that the answer is likely to be a higher amount for your individual case if you are represented by a professional body through the claims process.

    Who can handle your claim?

    If you want to be represented by the very best in the business during your claim, then you need look no further than Accident Advice Helpline. We have over 16 years’ experience of handling all kinds of claims, including those from the Motor Insurance Bureau. Indeed, we have an enviable record for getting claimants all of the compensation that they deserve. This outstanding record is rubber stamped by the fact that Accident Advice Helpline can also boast the official endorsement of television personality and consumer campaigner Dame Esther Rantzen.

    How to Reach Accident Advice Helpline

    So if you have been wondering, ‘How much can you claim from the Motor Insurance Bureau?’ then get in touch with the specialists at Accident Advice Helpline. You can contact us by calling either 0800 689 0500 (landline) or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile phone. You can also text the phrase, ‘claim365’ to 88010 and we will call you back as soon as possible.

    Both of these dedicated lines are staffed by friendly and professional advisers who are experienced and fully trained. So they are able to answer any questions you may have, and guide you step-by-step through your individual claims proceedings. Our initial advice is completely free and there is no obligation to move forward with a claim if you choose not to. So you have nothing to lose by getting in touch.

    When you trust your claim to Accident Advice Helpline, you can be sure that you have the claim experts on your side. Chat to us today.

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