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Usually in most car accident claims, there is a police report taken shortly after the accident which can be used when making an accident claim. However, a car accident with the police not involved also happens, in which case there is no police report that can be used when making a car accident claim with the insurance company. In cases such as these, there are still other forms of evidence that can be used to support the car accident claim.
In order to obtain compensation for pain and suffering due to injuries and damages incurred to property during a car accident, there must be adequate evidence to prove fault and damages. If there is no police report, the following are forms of evidence that can still be submitted with a car accident claim: