If you were involved in a road traffic accident between 11 June 2007 and 7 November 2008 inclusive, and your claim was dealt with by the Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB) because the motorist at fault was uninsured, you may have had your damages reduced by £300.00 by the MIB to account for a “property damage excess”.
The MIB have now agreed with the Secretary of State to refund the £300.00 deduction by the MIB to applicants, where applicable.
If you have been affected you can contact the MIB and claim your refund.
The MIB can be contacted on 01908 830001 or by email: email@example.com.
If you have been injured in a road traffic accident in the last 3 years and another motorist was at fault, even if that motorist could not be found, or was not insured, you could make a claim for compensation.
Contact Gregory Abrams Davidson LLP now for advice on 0151 236 5000.