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If you’re looking for information on how to find a copy of your Georgia accident report, we’ve got you covered! MyAccident provides information on what ways you can obtain your crash report, traffic forms to be aware of, state and local law enforcement agency information, and more. Let us help you find your Georgia crash report and get on your way to moving forward from the incident.

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The “Georgia Uniform Motor Vehicle Accident Report DOT-523”

A Georgia Uniform Motor Vehicle Accident Report DOT-523 is used by law enforcement to record the details relating to an accident involving any type of vehicle. A report must be filed if (1) there was property damage of more than $500.00 to any one vehicle or property (2) anyone was injured (no matter how minor), or (3) anyone was killed. If an officer did not attend the scene of your accident, you should file a Personal Report of Accident form DDS-190. The following documents and websites provide more information and detail on Georgia crash reports:

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Georgia Uniform Motor Vehicle Accident Report Training Manual pdf icon
Georgia Uniform Motor Vehicle Accident Report DMVS-523 pdf icon
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How Do I Find my Georgia Accident Report?

1. Order Online Through Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT)

To request your crash report online from the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT), you will need to provide information about the accident and specific driver or vehicle involved in the crash. You may need to provide information such as your name, mailing address, and email address, as well as the application fee of $5 per report. You can also mail in the form “Individual Request for Crash Report” with an attached cashier's check or money order for $5 per report requested.

2. In Person from the Police Department or Law Enforcement Agency

You can obtain your crash report by visiting the police department or law enforcement agency that responded to the incident. It does need to be the specific police department, sheriff, or Highway Patrol post that handled your report. If you live in a different area than where the accident occurred, you will need to go to the original location. There is typically a small fee associated with receiving a copy of your report.

3. Other Data Sites like LexisNexis or CrashDocs

These websites can be a good reliable source of data. However the sites can be difficult to use and do not have all the Police Agencies in Georgia. (sometimes less than 50%)

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