The Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland (MIBI)
All drivers in Ireland are legally obligated to carry third party insurance. This means that if a driver causes injury to another party; such as
- other driver/’s,
- other driver/’s passengers,
- pedestrians and
- even the driver’s own passengers,
the driver’s insurance may be responsible for paying for those injuries. If you are injured by a driver who;
- does not carry third party insurance or
- who cannot be located after the accident,
you may be able to claim compensation from the Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland (MIBI).
The MIBI is responsible for;
- providing assistance to trace drivers who leave the scene of accidents,
- compensating victims of accidents caused by motorists who do not have valid insurance cover
- acting as an intermediary for victims of accidents where the liable driver is insured abroad and
- Compensation for victims where a hit and run driver cannot be traced.
If you have been involved in an accident which was caused by an un-insured driver or where the driver has left the scene of the accident and the vehicle was un-identified, it is important that you act promptly and comply with the requirements of the Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland in order to benefit from their scheme. We at Houlihan Solicitors have extensive experience in this area of injury work and will be happy to assist you with any questions that you may have on the topic. Contact us on 061 502 090 or email email@example.com and we will give you our expert opinion on how to proceed in bringing forth a claim.
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