Crash ID: 2230070606 Cst E 24th St, Jackson, MO, US
|09/04/23 20:22||unknown||Accident Leaves 2 Injured In accident On Cst E 24th St, Jackson, MO, US|
Crash ID: 2230070535 Cst 55th St, Jackson, MO, US
|09/01/23 17:10||CHEVROLET 2012, CHEVROLET 2005, CHEVROLET 2004||Accident Leaves 6 Injured In 3 Vehicle Collision On Cst 55th St, Jackson, MO, US|
Crash ID: 2230069146 Rp 988022, Jackson, MO, US
|08/30/23 19:20||DODGE 2013, INFINITI 2012||Accident Leaves 4 Injured In accident On Rp 988022, Jackson, MO, US|
Crash ID: 2230068907 Cst E 63rd St, Jackson, MO, US
|08/30/23 15:30||GILG 2018, KIA 2013||Accident Leaves 2 Injured In accident On Cst E 63rd St, Jackson, MO, US|
Crash ID: 2230068854 Cst W 101st St, Jackson, MO, US
|08/29/23 23:45||CHEVROLET 2010||Accident Leaves 2 Injured In accident On Cst W 101st St, Jackson, MO, US|
|The cost of an accident report from Kansas City Police Department is $9. You will likely need to provide information such as the report number, your name, drivers license number, vehicle plate number, the date/time of accident, location of accident, who was involved in the accident, your mailing address, phone number, and email.|
|Kansas City Police Department offer's 3 ways to get a copy of your accident report:|
|In Person: Kansas City Police Department, 1200 East Linwood Kansas City, Missouri 64109|
|Online: For more information, you can visit https://www.kcpd.org/about/services/get-a-report/|
If you were seriously injured in an accident or acquired a serious illness, you definitely need a lawyer. There is no room for chance when a lifetime of pain, suffering, and bills are on the line.
If you were involved in an accident and it is unclear who was at fault, you should definitely consult with an attorney. In situations like this, the other party’s insurance company will try to blame you for damages.
If you were injured in an accident that involved multiple parties, consulting with a personal injury lawyer will give you the best chance at not being stuck with the bill.
Insurance companies know that 99% of people do not understand all the complicated laws and procedures that take place in a personal injury claim.
A personal injury attorney gets paid by winning money for their client through a personal injury lawsuit.
According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, crash reports are posted online automatically and remain online for one year. However, it may take some time for the local law enforcement agency that investigated the accident to submit the report to the Highway Patrol. Therefore, it is recommended that you contact the agency directly to check the availability of your report. If you were involved in an accident in Kansas City, you can contact the Kansas City Police Department Records Section at (816) 234-5100.
Your Missouri crash report contains important information about your accident, such as the date, time, location, vehicles, drivers, passengers, witnesses, injuries, and damages. This information can help you file a claim with your insurance company or pursue a lawsuit against the at-fault party. Your crash report can also serve as evidence to support your case and prove your damages.
If you notice any errors or omissions in your crash report, you should contact the law enforcement agency that prepared the report and request a correction. You may need to provide proof of the correct information, such as a copy of your driver’s license, registration, insurance card, or medical records. If you obtained your report from the Kansas City Police Department, you can call the Records Section at (816) 234-5100 or visit their website for more information on how to request a correction.
According to Missouri law, anyone who has a personal or property interest in a crash report can obtain a copy of it. This includes drivers, passengers, pedestrians, bicyclists, property owners, insurance companies, attorneys, and media representatives. However, some personal information may be redacted from the report to protect the privacy of the individuals involved. To obtain a copy of your report from the Kansas City Police Department, you can visit their website and fill out an online request form or mail a written request to their Records Section. You will need to provide the report number, date of accident, location of accident, and names of drivers involved. You will also need to pay a fee of $5.50 per report.
Need to search a different area? Visit our Missouri Accident Reports page.