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All road users have a duty of care to everyone else on the road. Each road user must drive responsibly and carefully not to endanger the life or well being of others.

If you have been involved in a road traffic accident that was not your fault as either a driver, passenger or pedestrian, in a car, motorcycle, bicycle, bus, lorry or any other vehicle, and you have suffered an injury, you are entitled to compensation.

As part of our unique service, we can offer you,

  • FREE private medical care and rehabilitation to help you recover fully from your injuries. Treatment will be at no cost to you and will be recovered as part of the settlement of your claim independently of your compensation
  • FREE replacement vehicle, if appropriate. If your vehicle has been considerably damaged in the accident and if we are acting on your behalf to recover the costs of the damage we will be able to arrange a replacement car for you.

If you are eligible, these additional services are provided free of charge and is part of the compensation you receive.

For more information or to start your claim today, call us free on 0800 037 1260 or complete our online claim form.

  • Car Accident

    All road users have a duty of care to everyone else on the road. Each road user must drive responsibly and carefully not to endanger the life or well being of others.

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  • Motorcycle & Bicycle Accidents

    Motorists must drive responsibly and carefully so not to endanger the life or well being of others, including motorcyclists and cyclists.

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  • Passenger Claim

    As a vehicle passenger, whether in a friend's or relative's car, a taxi, or any other form of public transport (bus, train, airplane), if you have been injured in an accident, you are often known as an innocent victim.

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  • Pedestrian Claim

    All road users owe a duty of care to all others including pedestrians. If you have been injured in a road traffic accident that wasn't your fault, you are often known as an innocent victim.

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  • Motor Insurers Bureau

    The Motor Insurers Bureau or the MIB was set up to ensure victims of road traffic accidents involving uninsured or untraceable drivers receive compensation.

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