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Accident Reports

Accident reports are important for filing a claim with insurance companies
and are also useful for your own records. Reports are made by investigating
police officers and are available 2 to 10 days after the accident and are
generally available only to persons involved in the accident. In order to
obtain a copy of your written accident report, you must contact the records
department of the police agency that investigated your accident. Usually,
the investigating officer hands you his card with his name, agency and
accident report number. There is usually a minimal cost for obtaining
your report (around $2.00 to $20.00). Some agencies allow for reports
to be obtained on-line, while for others, you can only obtain a report
in-person or by mail. Here are some links in order to obtain your accident report. Click on the link on the police agency that investigated your accident.

Baltimore City
Baltimore County
Chevy Chase
District of Columbia
Edmonston (city)
Fairfax (City of)
Fairfax County
Frederick County
Howard County
Montgomery County
State of Maryland