Raleigh Injury and Accident Attorney
Accident victims collect compensation for collision-related losses only if they are able to prove that they were innocent of any wrongdoing, and that the accused driver caused all harm and losses claimed. Thus, determining how the accident took place is our first step to case success. The investigating officer's accident report is typically the best source to help identify all factors relevant to fault and causation.
If we have not had the opportunity to provide you with a copy of your Police Report, we will gladly do so. Simply contact us by phone or e-mail and we can obtain most police reports within a few hours, and rarely will we need more than a few days to provide you a complete copy of your Police Report by mail, fax or e-mail. If you prefer to get the report on your own, every occupant of a vehicle involved in an accident has a right to a copy of the Police Report, and you can pick up a copy at the Police Department that prepared the report. Further, accident reports are State D.M.V. records maintained in a central office in Raleigh. A copy of your report can be ordered through mail by sending a request identifying driver, accident location and date of loss to the following address:
Division of Motor Vehicles
Traffic Records Section
3105 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699