The police accident report about my car wreck contains factual errors. Should they be corrected?
This happens frequently. Whether in Newark, Hoboken, Jersey City, or another community, police write an initial report based on a brief investigation of an accident. The report may contain inaccuracies or false assumptions. If a police report contains errors or you disagree with the officer’s conclusions, you should promptly file an amendment to the police report with the investigating police department. An experienced auto accident lawyer can advise you on drafting an amendment. Once the accident report is finalized, police in New Jersey may be reluctant to change the report. You may have to speak to the police captain to file a statement to be added to the report.
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