Have you been involved in an unexpected crash on Utah roads? Did a police officer respond to the scene of your crash? Does the insurance company keep requesting more information about your accident? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you will likely need an official copy of your Utah Driver’s Accident Report to receive the appropriate compensation for your losses.
There are several ways to recover an official copy of your crash report. However, most of these require you to deal with governmental agencies, long lines, paperwork, and unnecessary processing fees. We strongly believe that no one should have to go through these aggravating processes to receive information that is rightfully yours.
Simply provide us with a few details regarding your crash, and we will recover your official crash report at absolutely no cost to you.
The official crash report document contains four sections wherein the officer who responded to your accident will record all pertinent details about your crash, including:
Your accident report will be used as a key piece of evidence while investigating your accident. The adjuster assigned to your claim will establish fault and causation to determine the amount you will receive and adjust your rates accordingly.
Without access to your official accident report, the adjuster may not have sufficient evidence to give you an appropriate settlement. This could also result in a significant increase in your monthly or yearly rates.
You can recover copies of your crash report through the Utah Department of Public Safety, but it can get expensive. For 1-11 pages, the department charges $5. For 11-15 pages, they charge $25. And for each additional page, they charge fifty cents. However, you can avoid these costs by requesting a completely FREE copy of your accident report without leaving the comfort of your own home. Click HERE to find out how!
According to Utah law, anyone authorized by Section 41-6a-404 of the Utah Traffic Code can recover a copy of your official accident report. This includes:
Certain members of the press may also be entitled to request a copy of the report with limited information.
Yes. You can request a copy of your official crash report and other records via mail for a fee. The government has 10 business days to reply to your request. Send a records request to the Utah Department of Public Safety Highway Safety Office at:
Robyn LaLumia, Deputy Director
4501 South 2700 West Bldg. #3 – 2nd Floor
In Utah, crash reports are typically available immediately once the report has been completed by law enforcement.