If you or a loved one has been involved in a South Carolina traffic accident, one of the most critical pieces of evidence to your personal injury case will be the Police Accident Report. This is not the document you receive from the Investigating Officer on the scene (aka the FR-10), but an official compilation they prepare and submit electronically after returning to the police station.
The Police Accident Report will generally contain the officer’s notes on the cause of the accident, who was assigned blame, a diagram of the collision, estimated damages, and any indications of injury. There will also be codes and other information in the report which can be difficult to decipher without legal assistance. So, please give us a call at 800-559-5741 for a free consultation with one of our local personal injury attorneys to discuss your report and whether pursuing a claim is in order.
We have personally contacted each of the Records Divisions for the police departments listed below. Because there are many variances from town to town and city to city, we knew it would be helpful for you to have the actual details along with their preferred contact information. Click on your city to save yourself Internet searches and extra phone calls!