How to Get an Bay City Police Accident Report
If you were recently involved in a car accident in Bay City, you can obtain a copy the accident report from the Bay City Police Department.
There are a few ways of going about getting a copy of your Bay City car accident report, you can either go in-person, request it by mail, or online.
Or, we’ll get your Bay City accident report for you.
Just provide the details of your accident, and we’ll do our best to track down your Bay City accident report and email it to you.
*This service is available to anyone involved in a collision that needs help getting their crash report. This service is not available to other law firms or insurance companies.
Requesting Your Bay City Accident Report In-Person
One option you have to get your Bay City car accident report is to head down to the Bay City Police Records Unit office which is located at 2201 Avenue H, Bay City, TX 77414.
You can get your Bay City car accident report in person, Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm. Be sure to give them a call ahead of time 979-245-8500.
Order Your Bay City Accident Report Online
If you choose to request an Bay City car accident report online, you will need to put in an open records request form. Here, you will need to request an Accident/Crash report (referred to as a CR-3 form). It is uncertain how long it will take to receive your Bay City car accident report.
Important notes to consider when requesting your Bay City car accident report:
- If you are looking for the Drivers Crash Report (State Blue Form CR-2) you will need to request it from the Department of Transportation website
Obtaining a copy of your Bay City car accident report is a very important piece of evidence when filing for personal injury compensation. We recommend taking advantage of our free case review to receive the maximum financial compensation for your car accident injuries. Our Texas injury lawyers will listen to every detail about your case and give you sound advice on the best options.
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