Bodily Injury Direct

If you’ve had a car accident where a Direct Line policyholder was fully liable, we’d like to help.

Bodily Injury Direct provides an efficient, completely free service offering you full compensation. It means you don’t have to pay for injury solicitors or involve claims management companies.

Instead, one of our Bodily Injury Consultants will deal with your case from beginning to end. If you need treatment, we’ll arrange for a rehabilitation specialist to agree a treatment plan with you.

Why does Bodily Injury Direct make sense?

  • We handle your claim quickly, professionally and free of charge
  • We offer a complete service, including car repairs, a rental car if required, rehabilitation and compensation
  • There’s no contract or other paperwork
  • Any compensation will be full and free of deductions
  • All your agreed medical treatment is free

About the service…

“They dealt with all the various aspects of my claim very promptly so that the impact of the accident was minimised and all my expenses and losses were covered soon after they occurred.” Veronica Moran

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Things you need to know about Over 50s life insurance:
Premiums stop after your 90th birthday but you still enjoy cover for the rest of your life. In the first year, if you die from natural causes we will refund any premiums, or if you die as a result of an accident, we will pay your cash sum. After the first year regardless of the cause of death we will pay your cash sum. Depending on how long you live, the total sum paid in premiums may be more than the cash sum payable on death. If you stop paying your premiums before the end of your policy your cover will stop 30 days after your missed premium and you won’t get anything back. This isn’t a savings or investment product and has no cash value unless a valid claim is made. Inflation will reduce the buying power of your cash sum in the future.

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