Metro Detroit Motorcycle Accident Reports

Where do I go to get a police report about a Detroit area motorcycle accident?

Contact the law enforcement agency that responded to the Michigan motorcycle accident, to get a copy of the official police report (also known as a Traffic Crash Report).

The following is contact information for some of the major law enforcement agencies in your area:

City of Detroit Police Department
1300 Beaubien
Detroit, MI 48226
313-596-1800

Wayne County Sheriff’s Department
1231 St. Antoine
Detroit, MI 48226
313-224-2232

City of Pontiac Police Department
110 East Pike Street
Pontiac, MI 48342
248-857-7890

Oakland County Sheriff’s Department
1201 North Telegraph Road
Pontiac, MI 48341
248-858-4911

Macomb County Sheriff’s Department
43565 Elizabeth Road
Mount Clemens, MI 48043
586-469-5151

City of Ann Arbor Police Department
100 N. Fifth Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48107
734-994-2875

Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Department
2201 Hogback Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
734-973-4911

Michigan Motorcycle Accident Checklist

If you were involved in a Michigan motorcycle accident, would you know what to do?

Here is a checklist of steps that you can take after a Michigan motorcycle accident, to help protect yourself and your legal rights:

 

Stay Calm After the Michigan Motorcycle Accident:

Stop to protect yourself and your passenger. Call the police to report the Michigan motorcycle accident.  If anyone  was seriously injured, call an ambulance. Set flares if you carry them.  Do not leave the scene of the Michigan motorcycle accident.

 

Exchange Documents After the Michigan Motorcycle Accident:

Exchange only your driver’s license, vehicle registration and insurance identification card with other driver involved in the Michigan motorcycle accident.  Do not discuss the motorcycle accident with anyone except the police.  Do not blame anyone, including yourself.

 

Get Driver Facts After the Michigan Motorcycle Accident:

Write down the other driver’s name, address, phone number, date of birth, sex, driver's license number, and state that issued the license.

 

Get Ownership Facts After the Michigan Motorcycle Accident:

Write down the name, address, insurance company name and insurance policy number of whoever owns the other vehicle involved in the Michigan motorcycle accident.  (Sometimes the driver of a vehicle is not the one who owns it.)

 

Get Information About the Witnesses to the Michigan Motorcycle Accident:

Be sure to write down the names, addresses, and phone numbers of any people who saw the Michigan motorcycle accident, including bystanders and passengers in other vehicles.

 

Note Damages Caused by the Michigan Motorcycle Accident:

Write down the make, body type, year, and license plate number of every vehicle involved in the Michigan motorcycle accident.  Make note of the damage to each vehicle.

 

Draw a Diagram of the Michigan Motorcycle Accident Scene:

Mark the date and time of the Michigan motorcycle accident on a diagram, along with street names and the location of stop lights, traffic control signs, and other landmarks.

 

File an Insurance Claim After the Michigan Motorcycle Accident:

Report the motorcycle accident to your insurance company immediately and ask for an insurance claim number.  Tell the insurance representative that you are claiming all benefits and coverage that may be available under your insurance policy.

 

Protect Your Legal Rights After the Michigan Motorcycle Accident:

If you or a loved one was injured in a Michigan motorcycle accident, take the time to contact an experienced Michigan motorcycle accident lawyer immediately. Just click here to make out a simple, free and confidential legal consultation form about your Michigan motorcycle accident claim now.

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