After a car accident happens, there will generally be a police report for the crash so long as law enforcement was called and officers responded to the scene. The car accident police report can be an important element to proving fault and, in turn, securing compensation for the crash-related property damage, injuries and other losses.
That’s because this report can document critical details, such as (but not necessarily limited to):
Now that we’ve underscored the importance of the car accident police report, here’s how you can obtain one:
Office of Financial Responsibility
P.O. Box 1498
Blythewood, CS 29016
You can also go to the DMV office (located at Wilson Blvd., Blythewood or on Shop Road, Columbia) to obtain a copy of this report in person.
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