No one chooses to have an accident, but should the unthinkable happen and you are injured it can have a devastating effect on you, your family and your friends. Whether you are a pedestrian, cyclist, a motorist/passenger in a car or a motorcyclist/pillion contact us as your first point of call.
If you are insured in connection with the accident your insurance company may well recommend a firm of solicitors to you. They are often in a different part of the country and do not have to be instructed by you. It makes sense to choose a local dedicated team of personal injury specialists.
Uninsured or Untraced drivers
You may have been involved in an accident where it transpires that the driver who caused the accident did not have insurance or drove away from the scene of the accident and could not be identified.
In these circumstances you are still entitled to bring a claim through the Motor Insurers Bureau (the MIB) which was specifically set up to compensate accident victims where the driver who caused the accident had no insurance or could not be traced.
These cases are complex and it is crucial to seek expert advice in such matters as soon as possible so that the appropriate advice and guidance can be given on how to proceed with a claim.
At WBW we have a dedicated team experienced in handling both uninsured and untraced driver claims.
At WBW we aim to deal with your claim efficiently and promptly and to take away the worry of bringing a claim.
We offer free initial advice and no win no fee agreements, your concerns about costs should not prevent you from bringing a claim.
If you are off work because of your injuries and concerned about finances we are able to offer advice on welfare benefits.
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