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Chapter 6: How To Deal With Uninsured Drivers

Around 5% of all vehicles on the road in the UK are uninsured. That’s around 1.2 million uninsured vehicles sharing the roads with you.

If you’re unfortunate enough to be involved in a collision with one, what are the prospects of recovering damages and of returning to your pre-accident situation?

The same at-fault and non-fault distinction applies. If you’re at fault, you’ll have to rely on your own insurers. If you’re not at fault, you can turn to the Motor Insurers’ Bureau.

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Navigating the insurance minefield

This book isn’t a “do it yourself guide”. You can’t do it yourself, you’ll have to work with and co-operate with some organisations.

But it is a “know it yourself” guide, with the aim of arming you with the “Secret Insider” knowledge you need to make informed decisions in your own best interests.

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If you’ve suffered any kind of personal injury in a car accident, whether as driver or passenger, let me make something very clear to you at the outset: the at-fault insurer is not on your side.

You must find a specialist lawyer to make sure you get the level of compensation to which you’re legally and morally entitled.

If you’re ready to call a lawyer, I’m ready to help you.

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