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more about car accident claims
The aftermath of a car accident can be an extremely traumatic time not only for the victim, but for their families as well.
It’s not just the driver of a vehicle that can make a car accident claim. Injured passengers may also have a case for claiming a pay-out, whether the driver of the vehicle they were in was responsible for the accident or not.
Many victims are reluctant to take such legal action if it was a friend or family member who was driving at the time of the accident, but in car accident claims the financial award is designed to aid your recovery, not to punish your friends or relatives. It’s also important to remember that, if your car accident lawyer is successful in winning a pay-out award, the money is paid by the driver’s insurance company, not the driver themselves.
Many people also believe there is little point in making a claim if the other driver responsible for their injuries was uninsured, didn't stop or cannot be traced. However car accident claims can still be made through the Motor Insurers' Bureau (MIB), a fund set up by every motor insurer in England and Wales specifically to reward the victims of uninsured and unidentified drivers.
However you claim, getting you back on track after an accident is vital, so dealing with experienced, specialist, car accident solicitors is essential to obtain early award payments for example that can help you recover and adjust whilst your case is ongoing.