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You should obtain as much correct and
complete information as possible at the accident scene (it
will be much more difficult to get vital information later).
We have compiled a list of 7 groups of items you should
obtain at the accident scene: (Feel Free to Print This
- Driver's name, address, date of
birth, telephone number, driver's license
number, driver's license expiration date, and
insurance company name and phone number.
- Vehicle's make, year, model,
license plate number, reg. expiration date, and
vehicle identification number.
- Names, addresses, telephone
numbers and insurance companies of the other
vehicle's legal and registered owners (if the
driver is not the owner).
- Names, addresses, and telephone
numbers of any passengers in the other vehicle.
- Names, addresses and telephone
numbers of witnesses to the accident. Ask them
to stay to talk to the CHP or police. If they
cannot stay, ask them to explain to you what
they saw and if possible write everything down.
- Identify people at the accident
scene, even if they will not give you their
contact info. If someone saw the accident and
leaves the scene, you should make a note of his
or her vehicle's license plate number. Law
officials can trace the owner's name and
- Names and badge numbers of any
law officer who came to the accident scene. Ask
the officer where and when you can get a copy of
the accident report. Make a simple diagram of
the accident. Make a diagram of the accident
scene on paper, make notes of traffic
conditions, weather, time of day, and any
objects such as traffic lights and signs that
might be in the area. Also if you have a camera,
take pictures of the scene.
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