Order a Free Police Collision Report
If you, or a loved one, are a victim of an accident, obtaining the relevant police reports can be time-consuming and costly. If you need a traffic, accident, or collision report from the local Police Department or Sheriff’s Department, we can provide those at no cost to you.
What Information is found in a Police Collision Report?
A police collision, or accident report, is a document made by the officer who responds to the scene of the incident. It includes all relevant details from the date, time, and location, to opinions as to who caused the collision. They will often include diagrams of the accident, statements from witnesses and parties involved, and insurance information.
Our goal is to serve the public. We believe by helping obtain the police collision report will level the playing field when dealing with insurance companies that have teams of specialists working to minimize and close your case. Having these documents will help you make informed decisions and allow you to take the necessary steps to move forward.
What Reports can we assist in getting for you?
Our goal is to provide you access to all of the information you need, so we will be offering the following reports for free:
– Tucson Police Department Crash Report
– Pima County Sheriff’s Department Accident Report
– DPS Accident Report
– South Tucson Accident Report
– Marana Police Department Traffic Accident Report
– Oro Valley Police Department Accident Report
– University of Arizona Police Department Accident Report
– Sierra Vista Police Department Accident Report
– Tohono O’odham Nation Police Department Accident Report
Give us a call today at (520) 500-8500 or fill out the online request form to obtain your free accident report. Once you have given us the necessary information, we will need you to sign an authorization form that allows us to obtain these documents on your behalf.
This is not a commitment to have our legal team represent you, and there is absolutely no obligation to work with us or repay the cost of the reports. We believe that you should have free access to your documents and that insurance companies should not profit from your losses.
Offering free police reports is a public service we provide to help accident victims in Tucson, and Pima County, get the information they need to move forward with their case.
How long will it take to get my accident report?
The amount of time it will take for you to receive your free accident report is directly related to how long it takes the agency to prepare the report; the timeline is different for each department. The most reliable timeline for a simple accident report would be three weeks from the date of the accident. However, if there is an associated criminal investigation or if the accident involved a death, the report may take longer to generate.