Motorbike insurance advice: Claiming from a cyclist
Published: 18 June 2010
Rob Inder was recently involved in an accident with a cyclist, which damaged him and his bike quite seriously. His insurance company were notified and have put him onto their recommended solicitors.
Multiple witnesses and a police investigation place the cyclist firmly at fault, but as the cyclist doesn't have third party, claiming can be tricky.
The Motorist Insurers Bureau is not an option as the accident was not caused by a motor vehicle, but there is another option.
If the cyclist or someone in their household has third party liability cover through their house contents policy, then that insurer should deal with the claim.
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