24 July 2015
If you are injured in an accident caused by an uninsured driver, you may be able to make a claim against the Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB). We have previously written about this here.
The MIB’s procedures for dealing with such claims have previously included a number of pitfalls which an unsuspecting claimant may encounter, including the ability of the MIB to refuse a claim as the result of minor procedural errors.
However, the New Law Journal has recently reported on an amended process which is due to be launched on 1 August 2015, which it is said will be simpler and more straight forward.
We will be looking closely at the new procedure to ensure that we are ready to advise the victims of accidents where the other driver is uninsured. If you have been injured in this way, contact us to discuss making a claim.