Hit by someone insured with Markerstudy?

If you have been involved in a road traffic accident with a Markerstudy policy holder and they are at fault, we may be able to assist you.

We offer:

  • Insurance approved repairer network
  • One day mobile repairs
  • No excess payable
  • No effect on your own No Claims Bonus
  • Replacement hire vehicles
  • Cash in lieu payments
  • Your own claims handler
  • Bodily injury claims

What to do:

Please contact us to discuss.

Call 0333 011 0437

 

Your questions answered

Always report any accident or incident to your insurance company immediately, whether you were at fault or not. You must do this even if there was no loss or damage to your own vehicle, as failure to do so may affect our ability to deal with any claim made against you or another party.
We use a nationwide network of approved garages who have been selected for their excellent customer service and quality repairs.
Our network of approved garages will arrange for your damaged vehicle to be collected, provide a courtesy car for your use whilst yours is being repaired, repair your vehicle, deliver it to you and guarantee all repair work for five years.
If one of our approved garages is chosen to repair the vehicle, a courtesy car will be provided (subject to availability). The courtesy car (a small family saloon or similar) will be provided free of charge for the duration of the repairs.
Please note, a courtesy car is NOT available if your vehicle has been stolen and has not been recovered, if your vehicle has been damaged beyond economical repair, if your vehicle was damaged whilst your policy was extended for use abroad, if your vehicle has been imported or if your vehicle is a motorcycle used for commercial travelling, driving instruction or public or private hire.
Policy excess is the amount you are required to pay if you make a claim. Your excess may vary depending on the type of claim or who was driving your car when an accident occurred (please check your policy schedule for the amount applicable)
If the cost of the repairs to your car exceeds the market value of your car, then it may be classed as being damaged beyond economical repair (or a total loss).
The market value is the cost of replacing your car with one of a similar specification, age, condition and mileage.

Guidance

Guidance

Our Guidance section helps you find policy documents, learn how to make a claim and how to find a suitable broker, as well as a range of other useful information guides.

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Resources

Resources

We’ve created a number of resources for you to use as guidance. You should always take care while driving to ensure you remain safe on the roads.

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