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Claim Against an Uninsured Driver

If you’re in an accident caused by an uninsured motorist, you are likely still eligible to make an ICBC injury claim. There is a $200,000 limit for anyone injured by an uninsured motorist in B.C., even if you don’t own or insure a vehicle, as stated in Section 20 of the Insurance (Vehicle) Act.

You may also be eligible for damages exceeding $200,000 if you have Underinsured Motorist Protection.

There are certain requirements that must be met to make this type of claim. For more information suitable for your particular case, consult with Helpforme.

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