Insurance can be a complex issue, and we are often able to find an insurance company to deal with a claim, even though it initially looks as though there’s no insurance cover.

So, even if you think the person causing your accident doesn’t have insurance you should let us investigate the case for you.

If you’d like some free advice just give us a call on 0333 006 6266 or complete our free claim enquiry form

Or, continue reading the rest of this page to see details of some of the insurance issues we have come up against in car accidents, motorbike accidents, accidents at work, football injuries and so on.

Car Accidents, motorcycle accidents and pedestrians

Unfortunately, more and more people are now driving without the appropriate insurance, but even where the motorist isn’t insured, or even if you are the victim of a “hit & run” driver we may be able to help you claim compensation from a fund called the Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB).

Some of our recent MIB cases:

Mr Shepperton was riding his motorbike on a motorway roundabout when his bike went out of control because there had been some diesel spillage. He suffered a broken leg. We took on his claim against the MIB under their Untraced “Hit & Run” scheme on the basis that the diesel spill was caused by an unknown motorist. We helped him recover compensation of £19,000.00 from the MIB.

Mr Hankinson was badly injured when he was knocked down in a hit and run accident whilst crossing the road after a night out in Putney, London. He sustained very severe injuries, but fortunately went on to make a very good recovery. We brought his claim against the MIB under their Untraced “Hit & Run” scheme and helped him recover £80,000.00 in compensation for his injuries.

If you’d like some free advice just give us a call on 0333 006 6266 or complete our free claim enquiry form

Accidents at work

All employers are obliged by law to have insurance to cover them in respect of injuries to their workers.

Professional negligence

All professionals (lawyers, doctors, accountants etc) are obliged to have insurance to cover claims where they cause damage or loss by their professional negligence.

Football Injuries

Many offending players who have caused an injury are covered by their own house insurance for the compensation they have to pay to our clients.

However, it’s fair to say that insurance can be a problem in football injury claims. Although we at Mulderrigs have lobbied the Sports Minister and the government for several years, they have still not introduced a compulsory scheme to protect injured players.

In some cases an accident may have been caused in unusual circumstances, perhaps a child running into the road, a horse bolting or maybe a cyclist is responsible for the accident… Even in those situations there is often insurance which covers the person responsible for the accident.

If you’d like some free advice just give us a call on 0333 006 6266 or complete our free claim enquiry form.