Crash ID: 2230070017 Cst Kienlen Ave, St. Louis, MO, US
|09/03/23 10:40||CADILLAC 2007, NISSAN 2019||Accident Leaves 2 Injured In accident On Cst Kienlen Ave, St. Louis, MO, US|
Crash ID: 2230070169 Rp 104337, St. Louis City, MO, US
|09/02/23 03:45||FORD 2017, HONDA 2014, FREIGHTLINER 2020||Accident Leaves 8 Injured In 3 Vehicle Collision On Rp 104337, St. Louis City, MO, US|
Crash ID: 2230070015 Cst Rosewood Ave, St. Louis, MO, US
|09/01/23 18:35||NISSAN 2020||Accident Leaves 2 Injured In accident On Cst Rosewood Ave, St. Louis, MO, US|
Crash ID: 2230069827 Rp 1039830 Ej, St. Louis City, MO, US
|09/01/23 18:11||JEEP 2012||Accident Leaves 2 Injured In accident On Rp 1039830 Ej, St. Louis City, MO, US|
Crash ID: 2230069751 Pvt Eagle Valley Dr, St. Louis, MO, US
|09/01/23 14:30||DODGE 2015, GILG 2018||Accident Leaves 4 Injured In accident On Pvt Eagle Valley Dr, St. Louis, MO, US|
|The cost of an accident report from Saint Louis County 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.|
|Saint Louis County Police Department offer's 4 ways to get a copy of your accident report:|
|In Person: Saint Louis County Police Department, 7900 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton, MO 63105, United States|
|By Email: [email protected]|
|Online: For more information, you can visit https://www.stlouiscountypolice.com/Citizen-Resources/Records#reports|
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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.
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Per the Missouri State Highway Patrol portal, accident reports are routinely uploaded online and stay accessible for a period of one year. These reports are provisional and might not incorporate all accident specifics. In case the required report isn't available online, a request for the official document can be made at the local Highway Patrol troop base or through the Patrol Records Division at the General Headquarters.
The accident report from Missouri is a crucial record that itemizes the specifics of your accident, such as the time, date, place, involved parties, potential causes, injuries, and damages. This document can serve as proof in your quest for insurance compensation or from the culpable driver. Additionally, it can safeguard your legal entitlements and help absolve you from responsibility for an accident you didn't cause.
As per the legislation in Missouri, any individual or entity with a vested interest in the accident report is allowed to get a copy of it. The eligible list includes drivers, pedestrians, cyclists, property holders, insurance firms, attorneys, and media personnel. However, to safeguard privacy, some personal details about the involved parties might be concealed in the report.
If the accident took place within the Saint Louis Police Department's jurisdiction, a request for your accident report can be made online, via mail, or personally. For online requests, you'll have to navigate to the Saint Louis Police Department's site and adhere to the steps to complete an online form and remit a fee of $6.50 per report. Mail requests require you to send a written request—stating your name, address, contact number, accident date and place, report number (if available)—along with a check or money order of $6.50 per report to:
Saint Louis Police Department Attn: Records Division
1915 Olive Street Saint Louis MO 63103
For in-person requests, visit the Records Division at the same address with a valid photo ID and pay a fee of $6.50 per report. The Records Division operates from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, excluding holidays.
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