If you’ve been injured in an auto accident, a police report is the key to getting the compensation you deserve. It contains a thoroughly detailed description of your accident scene, along with the results of the police officer’s investigation.
But because the officer will file your accident report electronically, obtaining a physical copy as evidence in your case is your responsibility – one that can feel overwhelming with the road to recovery stretched before you.
The to serve Myrtle Beach families, handling the entire claims process from start to finish. Let us help with the following:
- Obtaining your accident report
- Communicating with insurance adjusters from the at-fault driver’s insurance company
- Filing for compensation for medical bills, lost wages, etc
- Offering helpful legal guidance and advice
If you choose to obtain your accident report on your own, keep in mind that the Myrtle Beach Police Department Records Division does not provide copies of accident reports. They can give you the form necessary to request yours from the Department of Motor Vehicles or you can also find the form (and additional details) here.
Mail two copies of the form, along with a $6.00 check payable to the SCDMV, to this address:
P.O. Box 1498
Blythewood, SC 29016-0040
Trust Your Myrtle Beach Car Accident Lawyers
David Taylor Law is dedicated to defending the rights of car crash victims here in Horry County. Our injury attorneys will fight to get you the benefits you deserve, starting with obtaining your collision report.
If you’ve been injured in a car crash in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, trust the law firm that puts your future first. Call David Taylor Law today to schedule your free consultation.