Being involved in a car accident is potentially one of the most harrowing experiences possible in day-to-day life. One minute your partner and children are safely driving home from a visit to a relatives; the next, you’re receiving a telephone call from a hospital telling you that the whole family is in a critical condition.It can be because of no mistake of their own – simply another driver behaving recklessly on the roads is enough to cause a crash. But what about if the other driver just speeds off in a ‘hit-and-run’ style incident? As well as the outrage that such thoughtlessness provokes, one is also left with a seemingly untraceable insurance claim. Money may be badly needed to care for the injured, and one’s patience could be frayed after the trauma of dealing with the crash detritus.So just how does one claim when the identity of the driver is shrouded in mystery? Fortunately, there is a body to deal with such events: the Motor Insurers Bureau (MIB) is a nationwide scheme set-up to help the victims of accidents with untraceable and uninsured motorists. It’s a scheme that all insurers in the UK contribute to, and is thus funded by… Read full this story
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