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    • john83gater
    • By john83gater 22nd Sep 16, 7:08 PM
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    Accident help
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    • 22nd Sep 16, 7:08 PM
    Accident help 22nd Sep 16 at 7:08 PM
    Hi on the way home from work this evening a van drove into the back of my motorbike , the driver got out and checked if I was ok and that my bike was ok then went , I was in shock as it was the first accident I've ever been involved in , because of the initial shock I never took any of the drivers details thinking all was ok , I got home and my bike needs repairing . I know this is silly of me , but I was in shock . Any advice which could help? An ambulance was behind the van that hit me and 2 ladies popped out to see if I was ok .
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    • Quentin
    • By Quentin 22nd Sep 16, 7:11 PM
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    • 22nd Sep 16, 7:11 PM
    If you cannot identify the "culprit" you either claim off your own policy (which will be a fault claim - lose NCD and pay your excess) or pay for repairs yourself.


    If you do identify the culprit then you can put a claim in direct to the third party insurer
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