Accident Reports from Fullerton Police Department are available via your attorney, online and by mail.
Obtain an Accident Report via your Attorney:
If you have a personal injury lawyer, your lawyer can secure a police accident report for you. Your car insurance agent may also attempt to get this report for you. If you decide to secure the report yourself, the information below should help you find and request it.
Obtain an Accident Report Online:
If you are in an accident investigated by the Fullerton Police Department you have an online option for getting a copy of the collision report. Once you’ve allowed for a week or so for the report to be submitted by the police officer, you can search for it using The LexisNexis BuyCrash website. You’ll search for your accident on the department’s database. Having a date and a case number will help. You may pay around $15 dollars for the report.
Obtain an Accident Report by Mail:
Requests can also be made via US Postal Mail by submitting a notarized written request and a check/money order in the amount of $20.00. You can print out a Report Request Form and fill it out.
You may mail accident report requests to:
Fullerton Police Department
Attention: Records Bureau
237 W. Commonwealth Ave.
Fullerton, CA 92832
You can also find out more about securing your accident report and who can request it on the Fullerton Police Department’s website.
Contact a Fullerton Accident Lawyer if You Were Injured:
GK Legal’s Fullerton Car Accident Lawyer is ready to help any victim hurt in a Fullerton traffic accident by a careless driver. We assist drivers, passengers, pedestrians, cyclists, and motorcyclists in getting what’s fair from at-fault drivers and their car insurance providers.
Car insurance companies can try to point the finger of blame at you, no matter what a Fullerton Police collision report says. They may also try to downplay your injuries so they can offer you less support as you heal. A Fullerton car accident lawyer represents protection from these insurance tactics to make sure you and your family receive every benefit available as you recover.