I was injured in a motorcycle crash in Oxnard. The police came to the scene, but Im a little confused by the police report that was taken. What is generally included in this report?

The police report is important to an injury claim.  It is considered to be an unbiased narrative of the accident.  The police officer generally includes a description of the events that led up to the crash, as well as witness testimony.  There will also be information regarding physical evidence, such as skid marks, traffic signals and the direction of the vehicles’ travel.

If there were any traffic violations, the officer will include it in the report as well.

You mentioned that you were confused by the police report.  If you feel that the information is not accurate, you may want to consult an experienced Ventura County motorcycle accident attorney.  A lawyer will be able to review the report and the details of your case.

For a free case evaluation, contact Steinberg Injury Lawyers.  You can reach our office by calling (800) 989-6385.

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