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Motor insurers bureau information

The Motor Insurers Bureau (MIB) was established by agreement with The Government for the purpose of enabling persons injured through the negligence of uninsured or untraced motorists to obtain compensation.

The Bureau is funded by contributions from Insurance Companies, all insurers transacting compulsory motor insurance being required to contribute to the Bureau' s funding.

In the case of uninsured motorists, claims can be made for personal injury and loss or damage to property (e.g. damage to a vehicle). However where untraced motorists are concerned only personal injury claims can be considered.

The MIB operates within the jurisdiction of all countries of the United Kingdom & the Channel Islands.

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Accident at work
Mr G is a fitness instructor, using military style training techniques. His employers insisted that he cover 4 lessons per day covering at least 14 miles whilst carrying army packs and wearing marching boots. As a result of his excessive workload he suffered an injury to his hip which required surgery and prevented him from participating in contact sports.Within a year of being instructed Cooks settled his claim for £11,500. Mr G commented:
"an extremely professional service, who utilized every avenue to enhance my claim. Thank you very much"
Mr G from North Yorks

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Examples of Compensation Awards for Injury Claims*
Serious Back Injury
Wrist Injury
Serious Neck Injury
Serious Hand Injury
Ankle Injury
Serious Knee Injury
Serious Head Injury

*damages for loss of earnings and other losses and expenses are commonly paid in addition to the injury award and will vary in each case