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How do I obtain a Michigan auto accident report?

Anyone involved in a car accident in Michigan will want to obtain their Michigan auto accident report. This is because often the insurance companies will require this report when filing personal injury claims and claims for Michigan No-Fault Insurance Benefits. If your Michigan auto accident was investigated by a local police agency, you can contact that agency directly to find out how to obtain the accident report. You can also obtain the Traffic Crash Report from any Michigan Law Enforcement Agency online by visiting the Michigan State Police website.

At Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. the first step we take when investigating your auto accident claim is obtain the Traffic Crash Report for you, so that you do not have to do it. This report is very important, as it contains important facts about the vehicles involved in the accident, the weather and lighting conditions, the conditions of the roadway, and other facts about the accident.

In addition, our Michigan auto accident lawyers also hire our own investigators to interview witnesses and track down evidence in the case. Our accident investigators are often able to track down statements from eyewitnesses that help prove exactly how the accident happened and that our client was not at fault for the accident. We have won a substantial number of car accident lawsuits in cases in which the police placed fault on our client at the accident scene but we later proved it was someone else’s fault.  We can do the same for you. Call our office today at (800) 606-1717 to speak with one of our experienced Michigan auto accident attorney experts. We will start working on your case immediately, obtaining the Traffic Crash Report and all other evidence and witness statements to prove and win your car accident case.

Lawrence J. Buckfire
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