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Auger & Auger is among the leading law firms serving the Greensboro metro area, and we handle car, motorcycle, truck, pedestrian, and bicycle accident claims. Call our office today at (336) 346-0326, and we can help you obtain a copy of your accident report. Reports are only provided to individuals directly involved in an accident. We do not provide reports to third parties such as attorneys, or insurance carriers.
Car crash reports are key pieces of evidence that you will need after you go through an accident. It’s the only way to find contact information for witnesses, a diagram of the accident scene, what the police think is the estimated damage to your vehicle, and what the other driver told the officer.
When attributing fault for the accident, The Greensboro Police officers use hard-to-see codes that run down the sides of their reports. These codes identify the circumstances as to why the officer found a party at fault. They are relied on by insurance companies to make an initial liability determination.
Please call our office, and we can help you find this valuable information. One of our car accident attorneys in Greensboro will review your report with you during a free consultation, with sound advice that will aid you in pursuing a claim.
The Greensboro Police Department hosts a website on which you can find a copy of your accident report. In order to search for the report, you need at least one of the following pieces of information (as always, the more information you provide, the easier it will be to find):
To search for your police report, visit http://p2c.greensboro-nc.gov/AccidentDetail.aspx.
Incident reports are available at the Records Division located in the lobby of the Greensboro Police Headquarters, 300 West Washington Street, Greensboro, NC 27401.
You may not be able to find your report online. If this is the case, you can call the Greensboro Police Department at (336) 373-2287. In order to help the desk officer locate your report, it would go a long way to have any of the information listed above available when you call.
If you or a loved one was in a car accident, you may not have the time to find the report on your own. If this is the case, give us a call today. During your free consultation, we will locate your report for you, and go over it with you. From there, we’ll decide whether you have a case or not.
With 25 years of experience representing clients in Greensboro, you can trust us to provide aggressive and effective representation, in and out of court. If you’ve been injured in a car wreck, call us today to see if you’re entitled to compensation.