What is an askCUE search?
What is an askCUE search?
askCUE PI (personal injury) is an enquiry service which allows approved organisations to check records held on the CUE PI database before they submit a personal injury claim through the Claims Portal. Compensators can validate an askCUE PI enquiry search reference number via the Insurer Check service. Read More >>
Can you check cue database?
If you want to know what information Cue has about you, you can request it from the Motor Insurance Bureau (MIB) using its subject access form. And if you believe Cue is storing incorrect information about you, you should contact the insurer that you believe sent the incorrect data, or the MIB.
What is the cue PI database?
CUE PI is a central record of personal injury / industrial illness records reported to insurers or other compensators which may or may not give rise to a claim. There are currently in excess of 10.5 million personal injury records held on the database that have been loaded by CUE subscribers.
What does cue stand for in insurance?
Claims and Underwriting Exchange (CUE) CUE is a central database of motor, home and personal injury/industrial illness incidents reported to insurance companies which may or may not have given rise to a claim.
How do I contact MIB?
reading this booklet, please contact us:
- Phone: 01908 830 001 during normal.
- Email: email@example.com.
- Write: Motor Insurers’ Bureau.
How do I find my claim history?
The easiest may be to ask your existing car insurance provider for details of any claims you’ve made in the past. This information could include the date of any claims, the type of claims, how much was paid out, and details of any injuries. Alternatively, you could contact the Claims and Underwriting Exchange (CUE).
How long does information stay on cue?
The Claims and Underwriting Exchange (CUE), is the central database of motor, home, personal injury and industrial illness incidents reported by insurers which may give rise to a claim. This data is held for 6 years from the date the claim was closed.
How can I find out my claims history?
What information is on cue?
CUE holds information on car accidents, thefts and personal injuries, which insurers use to assess risk before offering you a quote when you apply for a policy. It can include even seemingly minor details such as a broken headlamp, which might indicate you tend to park in a higher-risk area.
How do I make a complaint to the MIB?
If you would like to tell us how we have done or perhaps make a complaint, you can contact us in a couple of ways: For online MIB claims: Please log into your account and send us a digital message by selecting the ‘complaint’ tab from the options available.
Can insurers claim from MIB?
You may be able to claim compensation from the Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB) if you’ve been injured or your property has been damaged because of an uninsured or ‘hit and run’ driver. Contact the MIB directly for more information – eg to find out what you can claim for, the deadlines for claiming and how to claim.
How do I know if my insurance is claimed?
Visit the e-services page on VAHAN and click on know your vehicle details. Now, provide the registration number of the car and enter the verification code. Click on search vehicle. You will see the insurance details here.