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How to Get an Accident Report in Fort Worth


How to Get an Accident Report in Fort Worth


When you have been seriously injured in an auto wreck and are interested in pursuing legal action against those responsible for your injuries, the accident report can greatly benefit your civil claim, as the information it contains can be used to establish liability of the defendant in your case. Below, we go into greater detail about obtaining a copy of your vehicle accident report in Fort Worth so you can be prepared for what’s to come. 

Where to Get Your Fort Worth Accident Report

There are two ways that you can obtain a copy of your accident report in Fort Worth. First, online, through the Fort Worth Police Department. Alternatively, you can obtain a certified copy visiting the police records division located at 1000 Calvert Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107. 

How Much a Copy of Your Accident Report Will Cost

Unfortunately, the Fort Worth Police Department is unable to provide copies of accident reports free of charge. A digital copy of your accident report costs $11. The online portal accepts all major credit and debit cards. A physical copy from Police Records Division costs $13 and can be paid by credit or debit card. Personal checks will not be accepted.

Speak with a Fort Worth Car Accident Lawyer

If you have additional questions about obtaining a copy of your accident report, or if you are interested in learning more about how a Fort Worth vehicle accident lawyer from Crain Brogdon, LLP. could help you pursue maximum compensation for your suffering, we offer free consultations. 

You can schedule yours by submitting the quick contact form at the bottom of this page or by giving our office a call at 214-522-9404 .


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