The Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland was established in 1955 by an Agreement between the Government and the companies underwriting motor insurance in Ireland for the purpose of compensating victims of road traffic accidents caused by uninsured and unidentified vehicles. 

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24 Nov 2022
The Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) has secured over 330 recovery judgments against uninsured drivers over the last 5 years. Thanks to those judgments the Bureau has also been able to recover more than €1.8 million from the uninsured drivers who were responsible for road traffic accidents. 

WATCH: Luk De Baere discusses the new EU Motor Insurance Directive

08 Nov 2022
At the recent MIBI Annual Conference, we were honoured to be joined by Luk De Baere of the Council of Bureaux. Luk provided a captivating overview on the new EU Motor Insurance Directive, aka the 6th EU Motor Insurance Directive. The video also includes an excellent summary of the Irish dimensions of the Directive, provided by the MIBI’s Claims Operations Manager, Denis Smyth.  

Covid 19

Given the ever-changing situation in relation to the Covid-19 virus and in keeping with HSE guidelines and the Government pronouncements designed to delay the spread of the virus throughout the community, the MIBI have closed our office to all visitors until further notice.

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