To report the accident, you, your insurance agent, or a legal representative must complete an DMV accident report form including specific details of the accident. Be sure to gather and document the following information for the report:
1.Place and time of accident;
2.Personal information of all parties involved;
3.Vehicle and insurance information of all parties involved;
4.Driver’s license number and state;
5.License plate number and state;
6.Insurance company, policy, and expiration date;
7.Explanation of injuries or property damage.
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Typically, an accident report filed through the DMV will be noted on your driving record for a certain number of years, regardless of which party was at fault for the accident. If you or someone else was injured in the accident, it may help to consult an auto accident attorney before filing the DMV report.