Download an MIB Claim Form

Print and post an MIB claim form

You can download the postal version of the MIB claim form here, which you can print, complete by hand and post to MIB.   Please read the booklet Guide to making a Motor Insurers' Bureau claim before you complete the claim form.

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Submit an MIB claim form online

An MIB claim form can be submitted online via this website.   Please read the booklet Guide to making a Motor Insurers' Claim before you complete the claim form.

The latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader DC (free download) is required to be able to complete the fillable PDF version of the Claim form.

The claim form will open in a new browser window.   The form must be saved on your own pc as an Adobe PDF document before completion.   

IE users: submission of the form is supported only for IE9 and above.

Complete a paper version

Request a paper claim form

You can phone us on 01908 830001 and request a claim form to be sent to you in the post.   Please read the booklet Guide to making a Motor Insurers' Bureau claim before you complete the form.  The completed form can then be posted to us.

Filling out the claim form

When filling out the claim form you should provide as much information as you can about the incident and send us copies of any supporting documents, especially anything you have obtained from the other driver.

Signing the declaration

Printed claim form

Please read the statements set out in the Declaration on page 7 (section 12) of the claim form. If you do not sign the Declaration to indicate that you have read, understood and agreed to the statements this may delay the processing by MIB of your claim. Remember you are free to seek legal advice at any stage of your claim.

By signing the form you will be making a legal statement and agreeing to legal obligations in connection with your claim as described in the Declaration statements. You are also giving us and our representatives authority to fully investigate your claim and process your personal and sensitive personal information as specifically described in the Declaration statements.

Signing the declaration

Digital claim form

Please read the statements set out in the Declaration on page 7 (section 12) of the claim form. If you do not tick the box to indicate that you have read, understood and agreed to the statements this may delay the processing by MIB of your claim. Remember, you are free to seek independent legal advice at any stage of your claim.

By ticking the box you will be making a legal statement and agreeing to legal obligations in connection with your claim, as described in the Declaration statements.   You are also giving us and our representatives authority to fully investigate your claim and process your personal and sensitive personal information, as described in the Declaration statements.

After you have submitted your claim form online we will post to you your claim reference details.   All additional information supporting the claim should be posted to MIB once you have received this letter with the MIB Claim refererence.

Timescales and deadlines

Claims must be submitted within three years of an accident if anyone is claiming for personal injury or six years of the accident if the claim is just for property or vehicle damage (five years for accidents in Scotland). In the case of injury for children the three year time limit does not commence until their 18th birthday.

Solicitors representing claimants

If you are a solicitor acting for a victim of an accident please read the specific information for solicitors.

False claims

Some people make dishonest claims and we are very vigilant in spotting these. Anyone who provides us with false information may be liable to prosecution and their claim will not be paid. In addition, we may seek to recover the costs of processing the claim from them.