After you get into an accident, one of the first steps that you should take is to call the police to come to the scene. Even if nobody was hurt in the accident, having the police present can help in the process of exchanging information. The officers will also create a written accident report, which could be of great assistance should you choose to file a personal injury claim related to your accident.
The contents of a police report could include:
You can get a copy of your police report from your law enforcement agency if you choose to file a personal injury lawsuit. The report can then be used as evidence to back up any claims that you make in court. Should you need the contact information for the officers or witnesses that were present to give additional testimony, the report will have that information.
If you need assistance obtaining a copy of your police accident report, contact the dedicated North Carolina car accident attorneys at the Lanier Law Group.
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