It's crucial that you file a report right after an accident. Here is what you need to know about filing a police report after a motorcycle accident in Miami.
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How to File a Police Report After a Motorcycle Accident in Miami

How to File a Police Report After a Motorcycle Accident in Miami

Being involved in any type of accident can be frightening, much less a motorcycle accident. You are likely shaken up and unsure of what to do, but it is crucial that you file a police report right away. Here is what you need to know about filing a police report after a motorcycle accident in Miami. 

Immediately After the Accident, Call Police to the Scene and Then Seek Medical Care

If police are called to the scene of the accident, which is always a good idea in general but especially if someone else was at fault, you can file a report with the responding officers. However, if they are unable to respond, you should still follow up with them to file at a later time. This report is necessary if the accident resulted in injury, death, or property damage that is over $1,000. Additionally, you need a police report as a record of the accident in case you need to use it as evidence in a personal injury claim.

You may be able to report the accident online or over the phone. However, you may be required to do so in person. As soon as possible after your accident, you should seek medical attention for a full physical exam. Even if you don’t feel injured, this is an important step as some injuries including traumatic brain injury (TBI) may not be evident for days or even weeks.

Reporting an Accident Is Vital to Your Case, So Be Sure to Collect the Proper Information for Your Police Report

Whatever the method that you report the accident, you will need a few key documents and pieces of information. This includes the driver’s license, vehicle registration, and insurance information for both you and any other driver(s) involved in a collision, plus a general description of the accident including where, when, and how it took place. You should be as specific as possible with this information. If there were witnesses, you can ask them to make a statement for the police report as well.

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