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Santa Cruz County including Fresno County, Inyo County, Kings County, Merced County, Monterey County, San Benito County, San Luis Obispo County, Santa Barbara County, Tulare County, and Stanislaus County.

Your first step in documentation for filing an insurance claim is acquiring your accident report.

Begin that process here.

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Your accident report is the first document you need to start an insurance claim.

How do I get my Merced County accident report?

It’s quick and easy to get a copy of your auto accident report. 

If you’ve been in an auto accident and you need a copy of your accident report for insurance purposes, you can request it here. It’s easy to obtain an accident report for Merced County, Santa Cruz County, or any of the surrounding counties, including:

  • Fresno County
  • Inyo County
  • Kings Count
  • Merced County, 
  • Monterey County
  • San Benito County
  • San Luis Obispo County
  • Santa Barbara County
  • Tulare County
  • Stanislaus County

The first step in filing an insurance claim is obtaining a copy of your auto accident report.

Whether you were directly involved in the auto accident, or you’re a member of the injured party’s family, you can begin the insurance process by requesting an accident report. 

Why do I need an auto accident report?

Auto accident reports help insurance providers establish responsibility for traffic accidents, so those involved in the crash can receive compensation for property damage and personal injury. The information in the accident report provides your insurance company with the details of the accident so they can process your claim. 

What does a Merced County or Santa Cruz County accident report contain?

In the state of California, auto accident reports are filed in the county where the crash took place. These reports include an account of the accident, as reported by the police officer who responded to the scene of the accident. They also include details like the date, time, location, road conditions, and driving conditions. Along with these details, your insurance provider will look at important findings in the report, which typically include statements about how the accident occurred, who was driving, damage to the vehicles, and any injuries.