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Free Car Accident Report

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Accident Information

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What police agency filled out the report?

A crash report, also known as a police report, is the most crucial document in auto collisions. A crash report is completed when a police officer investigates a traffic crash with apparent damage of $1,000 or more or the collision resulted in injury or death.

If you have not decided whether to hire a personal injury attorney or just looking to obtain your crash report on your own, below, you will find what a crash report contains and how to obtain it.

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What is a Crash Report, and How do I Obtain a Copy?

What is a crash report? What’s its importance, and how do I obtain a copy? We’ll also look at ways you can get a copy of a crash report online. Let’s get started.

The crash report contains:

  • Identification information of all the parties involved
  • Identification information of the police officer
  • A summary of the accident
  • The number of vehicles involved
  • Identification information of any witnesses
  • Identification information of the vehicles involved (the make, model, insurance policy)
  • Weather, roadway, and lighting conditions
  • Damage to the vehicles
  • If the vehicles had any defects
  • Date and time of the collision
  • Location of where the crash occurred

Obtaining a Copy of a Police Report

If you’ve been in a car accident and seek a copy of the police report, you’ve come to the right place. In most states, you can obtain this document by contacting the appropriate law enforcement agency. In Texas, you can contact the Texas Department of Transportation. There are also instructions on some police departments’ websites.

Importance of a Crash Report

A crash report is a legal document that summarizes information about a car accident. Law enforcement officers fill it out in response to 911 calls, and they report a traffic crash to the Texas Department of Transportation. They contain a summary of the crash, including the officer’s observations and conclusions.

It may be essential to have this document, as it will allow your attorney to investigate the crash and determine who is at fault thoroughly. The purpose of the crash report is to protect you and your rights when pursuing compensation for your injuries.

Getting a Copy of a Police Report Online

There are a few different ways to get a copy of a police report, but they all have one thing in common: they are publicly available. You can obtain a crash report by mail through the Texas Department of Transportation or online. They are available for a fee of $6 to $8.

Filing a Crash Report

If you’ve been in a car accident, filing a crash report is essential. It helps build a case against the parties at fault, and the report can help you receive compensation.