If you or a loved one are left with serious injuries after an accident caused by a careless driver, don’t trust your recovery to a car insurance company. Contact the experienced lawyers with CCD Law to find out the most common tricks insurance agents use to rob injured victims of the compensation they need to get freedom from medical bills and get their lives back on track.
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Getting A Collision Report in Chewelah
In an accident investigated by the Chewelah Police Department, you can find a request form to get a report at their public records website. Contact their Public Records Officer at (509) 935-8311 or by email at email@example.com to find out what options are available for submitting your request. Copies will cost 15 cents apiece. You can pick up the documents in person or you may have them mailed to you if you are willing to pay postage. Scans will cost 10 cents apiece if you want your report emailed to you. You can also have records faxed.
Public Records Officer
City of Chewelah PO Box 258
Chewelah, WA 99109
(509) 935-6279 fax
Accident Reports From Stevens County and the WSP
For collisions worked by the Stevens County Sheriff’s Department, requests for an accident report would go through the county’s public records request site or you can call if you need more help. (509) 684-3751.
If the Washington State Patrol responded to your accident, as in a collision out on U.S 395, you will have to rely on their website at https://fortress.wa.gov/wsp/wrecr/WSPCRS/ to look up and view your collision report. Copies will cost you $10.50 each.
Do I need a Lawyer After a Crash in Chewelah
Minor Accidents don’t usually require having an attorney to get things taken care of, but if you receive a serious injury in an accident that wasn’t your fault be sure to talk to a local attorney.
CCD Law serves Stevens County victims to make sure they know their rights after an accident. Insurance companies representing at-fault drivers can try their best to help their policyholder escape blame, that’s why it’s important to make sure you have a representative on your team to spot their unfair practices.