The Bristol Township is an area of Bucks County which covers Bath, Croydon, Edgely, Emilie, part of Levittown, Midway, Newportville, Pickpocket and Pine Grove. If you’ve been in a collision here, chances are a police report will be generated for the accident. Reports are available to those involved in the accident, their insurers and their attorneys representing them.
How to get your accident report in Bristol Township
In Bristol Township, accident reports are available to those involved in the accident, their insurers and/or their attorneys. If you pick up the report in person, it’s free. Reports are generally available about 14 days after the accident, unless there was a fatality. During normal business hours, you may pick up your report at Bristol Township Police Department – Records Division, 2501 Bath Rd., Bristol PA 19007.
If you’re not sure if the report is ready or not, call in advance to 215-785-4052.
Reports can also be purchased online via crashdocs.org or $20 or so.
Do I need a lawyer after a car accident?
If you have been involved in an accident involving a serious injury or a loved one passed away during the collision, be sure to contact Philadelphia Car Accident Lawyer Edith Pearce for a free consultation. Having a skilled and experienced attorney on your side often results in significantly more compensation for the injured.
Below are the steps we recommend you take after any car accident in Pennsylvania: