How to Get an Accident Report in Spokane
Obtaining your accident report in Spokane will allow you to know what the responding officer said about your crash, get the details of the other driver, and take steps to collect damages. If you need help with the process, give us a call.
Locating Your Spokane Accident Report
The Washington State Patrol often reports accidents within the state of Washington, regardless of whether they happen in Spokane, Seattle, or elsewhere. To get a copy of your accident report, you’ll likely want to start by visiting the patrol’s website.
It is fairly easy to use the Washington State Patrol’s system to view electronic reports.
You will need to provide the following information:
- Last name
- First name
- Date of the accident (there is a five-day window if you can’t recall the exact date)
- What county it took place in
You can also search by the report number, if you have it already. If your search does not produce any results, a Spokane car crash lawyer can help you. The report may have been filed incorrectly or not filed at all.
Why You Need an Accident Report
Your Spokane accident report will be a critical piece of evidence as you pursue compensation for the damages you’ve suffered since your car crash. Along with photos and videos of the crash, witness statements, and your medical records, your lawyer will use this accident report to provide a record of the events that led to your crash.
Reach Out to a Spokane Car Accident Lawyer
For assistance in obtaining a Spokane accident report or to discuss your case for compensation, call 1-800-404-9000 to schedule a free consultation with Craig Swapp & Associates. You can also do so by heading to the bottom of this page and filling out the form below.
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