After an accident, you may feel overwhelmed by the various tasks you need to complete.
From reporting your accident to insurance companies to seeking medical attention for any injuries, obtaining a Rockdale County accident report may be at the bottom of your list.
However, getting a copy of your Rockdale County car accident report is vital to any potential lawsuit.
How to Get a Copy of Your Accident Report
Different agencies provide different ways to obtain a copy of your accident report.
The Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office offers four ways to obtain a copy of Rockdale County accident reports.
If you wish to pick up your accident report in person, visit the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office at 911 Chambers Drive NW in Conyers.
The Records Unit maintains all accident reports and provides copies on request. The Records Unit is open Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., except on county holidays.
Any party directly involved with the accident may request a copy of their Rockdale County police accident report for no charge.
All other parties may request a copy of the accident report by submitting a Request to Inspect Records Form to the Records Unit.
You may request a copy of your accident report via email to email@example.com.
Include the following information in your email to give the clerk sufficient information to locate your accident report:
- Your name,
- Rockdale County police accident report number,
- Driver’s license number,
- Vehicle plate number,
- The date and time of the accident,
- Location of the accident,
- Who was involved in the accident,
- Your mailing address,
- Your phone number,
- Your email address.
Make your request about five days after the date of your accident to provide the sheriff’s office with plenty of time to create the accident report.
You may obtain a copy of your Rockdale County police accident report online at MyAccident.org through the Georgia Department of Transportation.
You may also request a copy of your accident report online through the Georgia Department of Transportation.
For this request, you must provide specific information about the accident and the specific driver or vehicle involved in the crash.
You may also need to provide the following:
- Your name,
- Mailing address,
- Email address,
- Contact telephone number,
- Georgia county or city where the accident occurred,
- Date of the accident,
- Crash report number or incident report number, if known.
The Georgia Department of Transportation charges a fee of $5 per report. These fees may be paid via credit card.
If the Conyers Police Department responded to your accident, you might obtain a copy of your Conyers crash report online at the City of Conyers website.
You may also mail the individual request form for a crash report to Records Unit, 911 Chambers Drive, Conyers, Georgia 30013, with an attached check or cashier’s check.
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