The other driver fled the accident scene

If a person has an accident, they are legally obliged to stop and give their name and address to otherinvolved parties. A failure to do so can have following consequences: a prison sentence of up to six months, 5-10 driving license penalty points, and a fine of up to £5,000. When you make a claim for an accident which was caused by an untraceable driver, it is very important for your claim to be submitted to people who understand the procedure for such claims.

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There are a few main aspects of the road traffic accident that we can help you with:

Assisting with complicated paperwork

Calculating your financial losses

SUCCESS The compensation you deserve.

Preparing an engineer’s report, providing a hire and obtaining a cheque for repairs. Subject to your insurance terms and conditions

Arranging the medical examination, physiotherapy and obtaining the medical evidence/ an independent medico-legal report

Proving that the accident was not your fault and gathering all necessary evidence (CCTV footage, witness statement, Police Report etc)


We will help you to make it right and get back on your feet with a help of our numerous partners. If you want us to take care of the whole process we will need only a few details:


The date of the accident, place and circumstances (with a sketch)


Witnesses contact details; Police details (if were present)


Details of all vehicles involved in the accident and photos taken at the accident scene


Further information on your injuries, medical diagnosis, and treatment


Any other information or documentation that might be relevant

  • In accidents involving an untraceabledriver, the accident should be reported to the police within 14 days for claims involving personal injury. For claims involving damage to property, such as damage to your car, you must report to the Police within 5 days.


  • Do not forget to keep a full record of any expenses you incur as a result of your accident. This may include the cost of medical treatment, travel involved in obtaining medical treatment, and even costs incurred by your family traveling to visit you whilst you recover.


  • Even if the accident was your fault but you believe and have evidence that the other driver caused it on purpose, we could fight for you and prove your innocence.


  • In order to prepare a stronger case, it is recommended to start a claim without any further delays. Please note, that different laws apply across Europe and in some countries you have less than 3 years to make a claim.


  • Our experts will ensure that your interests are represented to the highest standard.  We deal with cases without any delays in order to guarantee a stress free process for you.

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