There are many attorneys who have successfully overcome unfavorable statements in a police report. In many cases - without the police officer present - a police report itself will be deemed inadmissible as hearsay. You should seek a personal injury lawyer in your jurisdiction and explain the situation to him/her.
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Don't know your question, but you should report this to her insurance carrier.
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Don't worry about the police report. When a person is hit from the rear, it is the other person's fault 99 times out of 100. Retain a local car accident lawyer for representation.
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Sorry to hear about your situation. Generally speaking if you've been rear ended (and sober) it usually works out. The police report is not the most important document associated with your case. You need a local attorney to help get full compensation for your injuries and damages.
You need to speak with the officer's supervisor. Call the station and ask for the Chief of Police. If you get the run around , make a written request and include what you said in this post. If you are ignored, speak to a politician,, like a Selectman or City Councilor.
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