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A Michigan accident or crash report is officially titled as the ‘UD-10 Traffic Crash Report’. The Michigan’s UD-10 Traffic Crash Report form is used by law enforcement officers in Michigan to report traffic crashes. The details in the report are recorded by the officer who attended the scene of the accident.

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The Michigan Traffic Crash Report

A Michigan accident or crash report is officially titled as ‘UD-10 Traffic Crash Report’. It is used by law enforcement to record the details relating to an accident involving any type of vehicle. The details in the report are recorded by the officer who attended the scene of the accident. The Michigan criteria for a crash are: “DID THE CRASH INVOLVE…” 1. a motor vehicle that 2. was in transport, and 3. on the roadway, that resulted in death, injury or property damage of $1,000 or more. The following documents and websites provide more information and detail on crash report forms:

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MyAccident.org is not a law firm, nor a lawyer referral service nor is it a substitute for hiring an attorney or law firm and does not provide legal advice. MyAccident.org does not endorse or recommend any participating Third Party Legal Professionals that pay to participate in this advertising. The information shared with the website is not protected by attorney-client privilege. An attorney-client relationship is not formed when calling the number on this site or filling out a form. Services are not available in all states or for all legal categories. All persons depicted in a photo or video are actors or models and not clients of any firm. You also agree to our Terms of Use

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UD-10 Traffic Crash Report Instruction Manual
UD-10 Traffic Crash Report User Guide
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2 Ways to Get A Copy Of Your Report On-Line In Michigan

1. Order Online Through Michigan State Police Traffic Crash Purchasing System

The Traffic Crash Purchasing System (TCPS) offers a means to purchase a traffic crash report submitted by all Michigan law enforcement agencies. To request your crash report online from the TCPS you will need to provide information about the accident and specific driver or vehicle involved in the crash. You will also need to provide payment for the fee of applicable $10 per report.

Two search options are offered:

  1. Search by Driver License Number (DLN), Date of Birth, and Date of Crash - The DLN and Date of Birth must pertain to one of the drivers involved in the crash.
  2. Search by Crash Number, Date of Birth, and Date of Crash - The crash number will be the case/incident number referenced on the TCPS card obtained from the officer who was at the scene of the crash. The Date of Birth must pertain to one of the involved parties in the crash.

2. Other Data Sites like LexisNexis or CrashDocs

These can be a good reliable source of data. However the sites can be difficult to use and do not have all the Police Agencies in Michigan. (sometimes less than 50%)

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