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We’ve created a crash report information center that makes it easier for you to get a copy of your traffic report as soon as possible. To start your search now, fill out the form on this page and submit your accident information.
FAQ About Accident Reports in Wyoming
How Do I Obtain a Copy of My Report?
You can get a copy of your Wyoming police report at AccidentReports.com, or you can go through the Wyoming Department of Transportation Office of Data Quality Control and Assurance.The Wyoming Department of Transportation offers three ways to obtain your report.
You can visit the Wyoming Department of Transportation Office located at:5300 Bishop Blvd.Cheyenne, WY82009You will need to fill out a Report Request Form and pay the appropriate fee.
Send a written request along with a self-addressed, stamped envelope, a copy of your driver’s license or government-issued ID, and the appropriate fee.Mail your request to:Wyoming Department of TransportationAttention: Highway Safety5300 Bishop Blvd.Cheyenne, WY82009
Call the Department to learn more at (307) 777-4450.
What Information Do I Need to Provide to Get My Traffic Accident Report?
You must provide the following crash information:
- Your full name
- Email address
- Date of the accident
- Name of a person involved in the crash
- Case number (if available)
How Much Do Copies of Police Reports Cost?
The fee for a Wyoming crash report is $3, with an additional fee of $2.50 if you pay by credit card. The department accepts most major credit cards and debit card payments, in addition to money orders and personal checks.
What Information is in a Car crash Report?
- Names and contact information for all parties involved
- Description of damage to property
- Description of bodily injury/personal injury
- Diagram of the accident scene
- Reporting law enforcement officer’s opinion regarding which driver was responsible for the collision
- Accident details such as road damage, road debris, weather conditions, etc.
- Insurance policy information
- Driver’s license numbers
- License plate numbers/vehicle identification number
- Incident type (scooter, head-on collision, rollover accident, motorcycle accident, semi-truck accident, pedestrian accident, Uber accident, etc.)
- Time, date, and location of the motor vehicle collision
Who Can Get an Unredacted Traffic collision Report?
The following parties are eligible to receive unredacted copies of police reports:
- All parties involved in the auto accident
- The parent or legal guardian of a minor involved in the car crash
- Legal representative
- Insurance carrier
- Vehicle owner
- Law enforcement agency
Why Do I Need to Get a Copy of My Police Report?
After an automobile accident, if you sustained injuries and/or property damage, you must prove that the other driver was negligent and should be held accountable for your damages. To do this, you need to gather evidence.A crash report contains information that you can use to strengthen your insurance claim, such as the law enforcement officer’s statement regarding how the accident occurred and which driver they believe was responsible, in addition to a description of the personal injuries you sustained and a description of motor vehicle damage and personal property damage. An accident attorney can use this information during insurance settlement negotiations to help you receive fair compensation for your losses, including pain and suffering, lost wages, medical bills, and more.
How Can I Get My Police Crash Report Online?
If you want to get a copy of your report online, AccidentReports.come offers a safe, fast, and simple way to get your collision report when you need it the most. Take advantage of our crash report information center to search for a copy of your police traffic report and obtain your copy as soon as it’s available. Begin your search now by filling out the form on this page and submitting your accident information to get assistance.
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