Accident Records

Auto Accident Report Help

Auto Accident Report Help

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Your Hassle Free Solution to Finding Your Auto Accident Report in Kern & surrounding counties, California.


Were you involved in an accident where you or someone in your vehicle were injured?

Let us help you today!

Our team will help you obtain your police report free of charge and our vetted team of attorneys will get you the compensation you deserve for your injuries.

Begin that process here.

  • Fill out this form ONLY if you have been in an auto accident and DO NOT have representation
  • Your auto accident report is essential for filing insurance claims
  • We can only assist persons who have been involved in an accident

Speak to one of our knowledgable agents immediately who can help you navigate the difficult world of auto accidents and locate your auto accident report.

Your Accident Report is the First Step to a Successful Outcome for Your Accident

Were you involved in an accident where you or someone in your vehicle were injured and you were not at fault?

If so, our team can help you in obtaining your auto accident report. We’ll connect you with one of our network attorneys who may also be able to guide you through the process of claiming compensation for your injuries, vehicle damage, and even lost earnings resulting from the accident.

Rest assured, our dedicated team is here to support you every step of the way.

Learn how to acquire your auto accident report.

Kern County including San Bernardino County and Ventura County.

Your first step in documentation for filing an insurance claim is acquiring your San Francisco auto accident report. As an injured party or as a relative or friend of the accident victim, you can begin that process here.

Police officer filling out car accident report after accident

Why You Need to Get an Accident Report?

Nobody ever imagines being in an accident. However accidents can and do happen at any given time. Whether it is on account of drunk driving, incompetent driving of the other party, oversight and negligence on their part, or bad weather conditions, an accident typically warrants a report. A report is nothing but a document that details all the conditions and events that led to the crash. It includes information about the date and time of the accident, information about the two or more parties involved in it, weather and external conditions at the time, and an account of how it happened.

Given that an accident report contains all the factual data related to the accident, understandably it’s a vital document that is required for insurance (or even litigation purpose) for almost all types of accidents. The responding officer creates the report.

Minor and Severe Accidents in Kern County, California

It’s required that crashes that lead to injuries or death be reported to the police and that too before any of the parties leave the scene. The same rule also applies to accidents that result in property damage of more than $500. The law enforcement official who responds to the call by visiting the given site is in charge of investigating the accident and gathering information for creating the Kern County accident report.

On the other hand, for minor collisions that do not cause injuries, death, or substantial property damage a law enforcement report is not required, so notifying the police immediately is not mandatory. However, in California, parties are still required to stop and exchange information with the other party, no matter how minor the crash, even if it is a fender-bender. Failure to do so may result in a hit and run charge, which may incur a heavy penalty. In addition self-reporting the accident to a law enforcement official would help ease the process as they can investigate and help identify who was at fault. Therefore, regardless of the type of accident, it’d be best to notify the California Highway Patrol or local police as it would make reimbursement from your insurance provider easier.

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