Reading Your South Carolina Car Accident Report
Our Lexington personal injury attorneys explain what you need to know
When car accidents happen in South Carolina, a police officer normally investigates the crash. When they do, they often fill out an official accident form used by South Carolina police. This official form can be a very valuable piece of evidence. That’s why it’s critical that your official South Carolina car accident report is accurate. Otherwise, you might not get the financial compensation you need and deserve for your crash.
Our Lexington car accident attorneys at Johnson + Johnson Attorneys at Law can review your accident report and make sure the details in the report match the facts. We know what to do because our attorneys – brothers Kevin and Steven Johnson – know the laws and know the area. We were both born and raised in Lexington. As your law firm, we welcome the opportunity to earn your trust.
Get serious about your accident. Get Johnson + Johnson for justice. Contact us and schedule your free case evaluation. Our Lexington car accident lawyers take great pride in our work. For us, what we do is more than just a job. It’s about helping our friends and neighbors when they need us most.
Understanding your South Carolina car accident report
The official accident report form used by police statewide is the South Carolina Traffic Collision Report Form (TR-310). We also strongly advise you to contact our law firm as soon as possible to discuss the details of your potential legal case.
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