It is recommended you obtain a copy of your accident report as soon as you can after a serious car accident. Depending on where the accident happened and what department filed the report in Denver this could either be the Denver Police Department or Denver County Sheriff’s Office.

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Getting a Car Accident Report in Denver

In Denver, there are two different types of Accident Reports, one for accidents dealing with fatalities(also called an ‘Investigation Report’) and one for traffic accidents.

Follow the directions below to obtain the right report for you, both reports can take from 2 weeks to one month to fulfill, please allow time for processing.

Obtaining a Denver Accident Report

First print and fill out this form to request an accident report.

Next, you’ll want to mail or drop this form to the below address:

Denver Police Department
Records Unit
1331 Cherokee Street, Room 420
Denver, CO 80204
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Be sure to include cash, check or a money order to the ‘Denver Police Department’ in the amount of $10.00. This is Denver’s department fee to receive your accident report.

Obtaining an Investigation Report

If your accident involved a fatality, you must request an ‘Investigation Report’. Similar to the Accident Report, you can print and fill out this form. Alike the Denver Police Traffic Report you can mail or drop this form off at this address:

Denver Police Department
Civil Liability Section
1331 Cherokee Street, Room 504
Denver, CO 80204
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The fee for the ‘Investigation Report’ is $15.00. Be sure to pay this cost at the same time you make your request.

You can also request an Investigation Report via their website here.

This route will allow you to make the request and payment for your records at the same time.

Important Notes About Denver Accident Reports

A traffic accident report is a report filed by police containing facts about an accident. An accident report usually includes the following information:

  • the drivers’ and passengers’ names, contact information, and insurance details
  • injuries or fatalities suffered in the accident
  • damage to vehicles and other property
  • statements from witnesses
  • a description of the accident

It is important to obtain a copy of the accident report and read it carefully to make sure it is completely accurate.

Officers have been known to make factual or subjective errors on their accident reports.

However, disputing the facts of a police report can be tricky.

Depending on the circumstances of your case, you may have trouble getting your traffic accident report amended, but an experienced auto accident attorney may be able to help.

Colorado Personal Injury Attorneys

If you or a loved one has been injured in a car, truck, or motorcycle accident, seek help from an experienced personal injury attorney right away.

The attorneys at McCormick & Murphy have over 50 years of combined experience in personal injury cases. Contact us to schedule a free consultation in Colorado Springs, Denver, and Pueblo.

To set up a meeting at our Denver location, call us at (303) 321-3272.

August 3, 2017 | Personal Injury FAQs

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