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Typically, a police accident report will have the police officer’s investigation of the accident. The report will often contain some of the following information:
Typically, a police accident report may be obtained by the individual involved or owner of the vehicle involved. Additional parties include the following:
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When involved in any accident resulting in personal injury, there are steps that you should follow to ensure physical, financial, and legal protection for yourself:
Once you receive your copy of the police report from your accident, you will need to review it and find out what the facts are from the event. Your insurance company or the other parties involved will most likely have the same copy of the report, so you should be able to support your version of what happened during the accident.
Reasons for car crashes can range from texting while driving, driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, distracted and reckless driving, weather conditions, and much more.
An accident report is a legal document that must be completed in order to be reimbursed for property damage or medical expenditures made as a result of the accident. It aids insurers in determining the validity of a claim. An accident report is also required in situations when there is a judicial proceeding involving the incident.
Almost every type of accident mandates the filing of an accident report. Before anybody leaves the site of a vehicle crash, especially if there is personal injury, death, or property damage, it is important to call the authorities. When a law enforcement officer arrives, he or she investigates the site and obtains information about the collision, all of which aids in the creation of a legal case. It is a useful document for all parties involved, including insured victims, insurance companies, and attorneys (in cases where a lawsuit is filed).
It is not required to contact the police in the case of small accidents, such as a fender bender, or in the absence of significant property damage. However, even in minor crashes, the parties involved are required to stop and share information under motor vehicle accidents act. If one of the parties fails to do so, a hit-and-run charge may be filed, which can result in a serious consequence.
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