When we begin any personal injury case, as a Georgia accident lawyer, one of the first things I look to is the Georgia car accident report. It has the facts of the case, or the assessment of the fact of the case. The accident report helps establish liability and the issuance of any citations.
As a Georgia personal injury lawyer, I know that the police report contains vital information. For example, you were in an accident in Henry County or Dekalb County, for example, the incident report indicates the name, address, phone number, and insurance company for the at-fault driver. As many car accident attorneys, I must have this information to proceed with a direct action against the other driver in your Georgia car accident case. If the other driver is unknown, then we can help bring help utilize the uninsured motorist coverage in your own insurance policy.
The police report or car accident report also contains a list of the occupants and eye witnesses, information of injuries, statements made by witnesses and drivers, and any citations given to the at-fault drive such as DUI or reckless driving.
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When you need help finding your Georgia car accident report, then call our office. When we work with you, we will make sure to get this report because the claim depends on it.
As we learned from above, the car accident report is necessary to find out the insurance information. We need this accident report to find out if the other driver was given a citation or ticket for causing the accident. Our personal injury demand letter depends on having this information.
For more information about Georgia car accident reports, call my Atlanta law office or my Jackson law office today.