Using a Police Report to Show Georgia Traffic Laws Were Broken

When you’ve been injured in a crash on one of Atlanta’s hectic and unfortunately dangerous interchanges, knowing who is at fault for your car accident can be critical, especially if you’re facing extensive medical care and hospital bills.

If you want to know if filing a personal injury claim is an option for you, one of the first places you should look is your police report. 

First and foremost, a police report reveals which motorist or motorists broke Georgia traffic laws, which could have directly caused your accident.

Aside from listing traffic violations and determining responsibility for a crash, a police report also shows: 
  • if medical care was provided at the scene of your crash;
  • if arrests were made at the scene of your crash;
  • if either party did not have insurance; and
  • the damage your vehicle sustained. 

While a police report can be extremely valuable, it doesn’t automatically prove the other party broke traffic laws or was at fault for your accident. You’ll want the help of a personal injury lawyer who knows how to use a police report to bolster your entire personal injury claim. Consider it one very important piece of the puzzle in your quest for the compensation you need to recover.

When Georgia Traffic Laws Have Been Broken and You’re Hurt, Call Us

If you are the victim of someone else’s negligence or carelessness, whether in a traffic accident or some other type of accident, you have certain rights guaranteed by law. To help you understand these rights and seek the compensation you may be eligible for to help get your life back in order, contact the Atlanta Law Offices of Sheryl L. Burke for a no-cost consultation on your injury case – 404-467-0909.
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