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What to do if your car or truck accident police report is incorrect and how to read a New Jersey Police Crash Investigation Report

What to do if your car or truck accident police report is incorrect and how to read a New Jersey Police Crash Investigation Report

Whenever there is a motor vehicle accident, New Jersey law requires calling the police to report an accident. N.J.S.A. 39:4-130. This report will be used as the official description of the accident. While official, it may not be entirely correct or representative of what actually happened.

 

This occurs on countless occasions and for myriad reasons, whether you were shaken up and not thinking clearly, the officer misheard your statement or wrote down the wrong information, or the other party gave a false narrative of the happening of the collision. Whatever the reason is, it is crucial that you clear up any inconsistencies as soon as possible...

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