The information provided on this page includes complete instructions for locating a copy of your Police Accident Rep
At Auger & Auger, we know how difficult life can suddenly become after you’re injured. Whether you’re dealing with lost wages, medical expenses, pain and suffering or any other number of factors, you deserve to speak with an attorney who has your back. Our attorneys have been representing clients throughout the Carolinas for over 25 years, and we’re ready to fight for your rights.
We want to make sure you’re as informed as possible about your legal rights after you’ve been injured. That’s why we’ve written three eBooks about some of the most common injuries you may suffer. These eBooks are free, and are readily available whenever you want them. We cover a different topic in each of these books: car accidents, IVC filters, and Xarelto.
9 Things the Insurance Company Does Not Want You to Know about Your Car Accident Claim
There’s a good chance you or a loved one will be involved in some kind of car accident over the course of your lifetime, if you haven’t been already. Often, these car accidents result in some kind of injury. When this happens, the first course of action is to file a claim with your insurance company. But, simply expecting them to give you a fair settlement can be a bad move.
In our eBook “9 Things the Insurance Company Does Not Want You to Know about Your Car Accident Claim,” we explain the tactics these corporations use to pay out as little as possible. After all, they’re in the business of making money. Be sure to read through this book so you know your rights after a car wreck and don’t get hustled by the insurance company.
Blood Trap: The Dangers of IVC Filters
IVC filters are placed in the largest artery of the body to trap blood clots before they can travel from the legs to the lungs, brain or heart. They’re designed to keep the clot in place so the blood’s natural anticoagulant properties can break it down over time, and are used when medicinal therapy isn’t an option. However, IVC filters have been shown to be highly dangerous.
If you or a loved one has had one of these devices implanted, be sure to read “Blood Trap: The Dangers of IVC Filters.” Within this eBook, we explain how these filters fail, malfunction or otherwise cause injury. In some cases, the filter simply doesn’t work. In others, the device actually makes things worse. Learn what you can do if you’ve been injured by an IVC filter.
The Case Against Xarelto: When Pharmaceutical Companies Value Profit Over People
Similar to IVC filters, Xarelto is designed to help prevent blood clots by stopping the clots from forming in the first place. In other words, it’s an anticoagulant. However, unlike similar anticoagulants such as Warfarin, Xarelto has no known antidote. As such, major bleeding events can occur, which can’t be stopped until the drug is out of a person’s system.
Our eBook “The Case Against Xarelto: When Pharmaceutical Companies Value Profit Over People” explores the history of Xarelto, including how long it’s been on the market and the long past of lawsuits against the manufacturer. If you or a loved one is taking Xarelto, we recommend reading this book to learn what your legal options are if you’ve been injured by it.
Dangerous Support: The Hernia Mesh Problem
If you’ve ever suffered a hernia, you know how painful they can be. Your doctor may recommend a variety of different treatment options. One such option is a surgical mesh. These devices are implanted and are intended to support the area weakened by a hernia. While they sound like a great idea at first, hernia meshes have been known to cause a variety of medical issues — some of which could even result in death.
In our eBook “Dangerous Support: The Hernia Mesh Problem,” we explore some of the most common injuries that result from these devices being implanted. In some cases, these injuries are a result of a defective mesh. In other cases, injuries are caused by the mesh being left inside the body for too long. No matter the cause, you have legal rights if you’ve been injured by a hernia mesh. This eBook can help you learn more about your options.
Talk to a Personal Injury Lawyer Today
Reading these eBooks is a good first step toward learning what your rights are. But if you’ve been injured in a car wreck, by a defective medical device or by a dangerous drug, now is the time to take action. Call the experienced attorneys at Auger & Auger today at (855) 971-1114 for a free, no-obligation consultation. We know how to get the compensation you deserve. ort for the city of Mauldin, South Carolina. If Auger & Auger can help to interpret your report and answer any questions you may have about the accident, please contact us for a free consultation at 864-991-3532!
After having been involved in Mauldin accident, one of the most crucial documents you will need is a copy of your Police Accident Report. It will contain notations by the investigating officer, generally indicating the probable parties contributing to the collision. There may be a diagram of the intersection on which the officer has indicated the point of collision, and an outline of the vehicles to mark areas of damage.
The Mauldin Police Department Records Division gives the public access to copies of the Police Accident Report upon request at the window (see In Person location below) and also by mail (see By Mail section below). There is no cost in person for victims of the collision when showing proper identification; other non-involved parties must pay a $3.00 fee for each copy.
Note: The Police Accident Report is not available by online request.
You are welcome to contact us for questions or additional information, but please note we do not accept requests for Police Accident Reports over the phone.
Mauldin Police Department
Records Division (864) 289-8919
Copies of the Police Accident Report may be obtained at the window during normal business hours; at no cost to victims; and $3.00 for non-involved parties.Mauldin Police Department
5 East Butler Road
Mauldin, SC 29662
Note: For Interstate accident reports, see the in-person instructions in the next section.
Mauldin Police Department
PO Box 249
Mauldin, SC 29662
Police Accident Report copies may also be obtained by written request, with the case number or subject name along with the appropriate fee. The request will be processed and the report will be mailed back to the requesting party.
If the accident has taken place on the Interstate, then a Highway Patrol Officer will have completed the Police Accident Report, and their report will have been filed directly with the South Carolina DMV. Follow these directions to obtain your interstate Police Accident Report:
P.O. Box 1498
Blythewood, SC 29016-0040
The Blythewood and Columbia (Shop Road) branches of SCDMV can also complete this request if you are able to visit one of the following offices in person. Simply click the link to view the physical address, business hours, phone number and wait times for each office:
Defining the party at-fault is critical to the process of a personal injury case; be that another driver, the driver’s employer, or a vehicle manufacturer. Contact Auger & Auger direct at 864-991-3532 for a no-cost consultation to discuss your accident and Mauldin Police Accident Report.