If you’ve been involved in a hit and run accident within the last 3 years, you may be entitled to receive a compensation payment which could amount to £1,000s per person. Simply take a minute to fill your hit and run claims details and check your compensation – free of charge and no obligation.
Hit and Run Compensation
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Hit And Run Accident Claims
Hit and run accidents involves drivers simply fleeing the scene of an accident.
Another common scenario is getting hit by uninsured drivers. It is simply not possible to get the total compensation due to you from a driver who does not have the necessary insurance or who drive away after the incident. Fortunately, in both cases, you are be able to claim hit and run compensation from the Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB). This is a special provision made to ensure that those who are injured because of somebody else’s mistake or negligence do not suffer financial hardships on top of their physical and emotional trauma.
Hit & Run Injuries Type
Injuries that are usually suffered as a result of accidents are soft tissue injuries to your muscles and ligaments in your neck, shoulders, upper and lower back. But many different kinds of injuries can be caused by road accidents. Road traffic accidents are unfortunately very common and the injures suffered from such accident can cause minor whiplash to fatal injuries. The most common type of road traffic accident is a shunt collision, and this occurs when one car drives into the back of another car. This will usually be in a traffic queue situation, or at a roundabout or a set of traffic lights. The vehicle in front stops but the one behind does not quite stop quickly enough.
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Accidents can also happen where the other vehicle fails to give way to your vehicle, either because it pulls out of a side road without the driver looking properly to make sure it is safe, or it pulls out of a parking space without checking properly.
Accidents can involve cars, motorcycles, bicycles and pedestrians. If you are involved in an accident that is not your fault, you can still claim, even if you were not in a car at the time.
If you are involved in an accident that is not your fault you can still claim, even if you were not in a car at the time.
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Many people have their lives affected by the road accidents. You are entitled to claim compensation for both physical or psychological injuries.