How to Read Your Pennsylvania Police Accident Report
Your collision report may be a key piece of evidence in your personal injury claim
If a police officer responded to your auto accident in Pennsylvania, there will be a police crash report that includes details about the incident. Our Pennsylvania car accident attorneys generally rely on these reports when evaluating a case. They often contain important information and show who was at fault and what contributing factors played a role in the accident.
Our clients often tell us they want to know the important details about their case. This includes knowing what the investigating police officer wrote after investigating the car wreck.
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To assist you in your understanding of your accident report, we have added a file to our website with a sample Pennsylvania police crash reporting form. We have included notes that highlight the important parts – the areas of the form that may help if you are pursuing a liability claim.
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How to Contact Flager & Associates, PC
If you need any help interpreting your accident report, don’t hesitate to contact the personal injury lawyers at Flager & Associates, PC. We can answer your questions free of charge. We can discuss your legal options if you were in a Pennsylvania accident and you’re not sure what to do next. Call us today at 215-953-5200 or complete the online contact form.
Contact Flager & Associates, PC
Located in Bensalem (across from the Neshaminy Mall), with offices in Philadelphia and New Hope, our law firm proudly serves injury victims throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
One Northbrook Corporate Center
1210 Northbrook Drive
Feasterville-Trevose, PA 19053
Phone: (215) 953-5200
Fax: (215) 953-5214
Two Penn Center Plaza
1500 John F Kennedy Blvd
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Phone: (267) 234-7448