Are Passengers covered by car Insurance in the UK?
When it comes to car insurance, many people wonder if passengers are covered in the event of an accident. In this comprehensive guide, we will look into the details of car insurance coverage for passengers in the UK and discuss the steps passengers can take if they are injured in an accident.
Understanding car Insurance coverage for Passengers in the UK
In the UK, car insurance policies are required to include third-party liability coverage, which protects other drivers, pedestrians, and passengers in the event of an accident caused by the insured driver. This means that if you are a passenger in a car accident, you should be covered by the driver’s insurance policy for any injuries or losses you suffer as a result of the accident.
If the driver at fault does not have insurance or is underinsured, passengers may still be able to claim compensation through the Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB), which was established to provide compensation for victims of uninsured or untraceable drivers.
How Passengers can claim Compensation after a car accident
If you’re a passenger who has been injured in a car accident, the following steps can help you pursue compensation for your injuries and losses:
How our No Win No Fee Solicitors can help
If you’re a passenger who has been injured in a car accident in the UK, our team of experienced no win no fee solicitors can help you pursue a claim for compensation. We offer the following services:
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