How to Read Your Nebraska Car Accident Report
Omaha Personal Injury Attorneys Explain What to Look for
If you are involved in a car accident in Nebraska, you should call the police. When they respond to the scene, an officer will fill out an Investigator's Motor Vehicle Accident Report. You can get a copy of this report later.
Your accident report provides valuable information about what happened. It describes where your accident occurred, when it happened and who was involved. It includes details such as weather and road conditions. You'll find information about injuries sustained by drivers or passengers. The investigating police officer will also note whether or not the other driver was under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or was speeding.
Here are some tips on reading your accident report. We can explain what it means for your case in a free consultation. Contact us to set up a time to come in.
Click here to download a printable version.