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    • mrbg07546
    • By mrbg07546 4th Jan 18, 12:24 PM
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    Non fault claim - no legal Insurance
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    • 4th Jan 18, 12:24 PM
    Non fault claim - no legal Insurance 4th Jan 18 at 12:24 PM
    Someone hit the back of us last week.

    My wife (primary driver) and I who was driving (secondary)

    We had 2 young kids (3 nonth and 3.5 years ) in the back.

    Someone hit us on the back on the m1. So there at fault.

    We went to go. My wife has minor whiplash and back trouble. I have a bad back. Thanks fully kids are ok(except the 3.5 years is not keen to get in car)
    We also have the following issues.

    - I took taxi to go to go appointments
    - we have been given a courtesy car. But I donít feel good to drive it. So we been getting taxi everywhere

    We donít have legal cover(silly me)I will be perusing the injury claim. What are my options
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    • Car 54
    • By Car 54 5th Jan 18, 2:12 PM
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    Car 54
    They do happen, though they are not common. One of the more recent examples is Ali v D'Brass, where a driver who braked "without warning and for no good reason" was found to be 40% liable for the resulting collision - the driver who hit him still got 80% of the blame.
    Originally posted by Aretnap
    It's time they insisted on judges being numerate ....
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