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How to Get an Accident Report in Orange County

When you’ve been involved in an auto accident, police will likely be called to the scene. When they arrive, they will file a report to take note of what happened, who was injured, the apparent cause of the accident, and more.

This document is of vital importance; it will play a crucial role in helping you file a personal injury claim later on. This piece of information will help prove to the insurance companies your lack of liability in the accident so you are able to obtain a settlement to help with any property damage or injury costs.

If you’ve recently been in a car accident, you’re likely wondering how to get an accident report in Orange County. The team at Dickson Kohan & Bablove, LLP wants to set you up for the success you need. Below, we outline the steps necessary to obtain your accident report.

Find Out Whether the Report Is Available

When the Orange County accident report was first written, you were likely given contact information to check on the status of your report. Generally, it takes a few weeks for the final document to be prepared and ready for release. After a few weeks have passed, check the status of your report to see whether it is ready.

Submit a Request

Once your report is ready, you can submit a request for a copy of your report either in person or online. Most reports are made available over the internet. To obtain a copy of your report, you will likely need to prove that you are one of the following parties:

  • The driver
  • The parent or guardian of the driver
  • Someone who was injured in the accident

You may also be asked to provide a copy of your drivers license, and you might have to pay a small fee.

Contact an Orange County Car Accident Lawyer

Now that you know how to get an accident report in Orange County, it’s time to get in touch with the qualified accident attorneys at Dickson Kohan & Bablove, LLP. We will help you use all the available evidence to prove the liability of the other driver and obtain fair compensation for your injuries.

To schedule a free consultation, give our office a call directly at 1-844-404-2400. You may also contact us online through the form located at the bottom of the page.

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