George Rechnitzer and Associates indulge in providing comprehensive accident reports and incident investigations in Melbourne. The service is offered all across Melbourne and GRA reports are detailed and thorough.
Accident reports aid in determining costs associated with processing legal claims as well as liability. The traffic accident report in Melbourne is presented to ensure compliance and usability by courts across Australia.
With almost 50 years of experience, Dr Rechnitzer serves as both the principal engineer and director in this field. Our clients rate his forensic science work as some of the best. He has published more than 100 articles on Melbourne accident reports. The following areas are covered by our forensic engineering service and litigation support service:
Our methodology is based on current research as well as accepted scientific methods. If you are looking for an accident report in Melbourne, you can reach us.
The majority of our findings involve Melbourne car accident reports. The three biggest road fatalities are speeding, distracted driving, and fatigued driving. The worst offenders are typically young motorists who are involved in fatal and serious distracted driving accidents.
George Rechnitzer states the following rules to drive safely:
People can contact the Victorian police for information on car accident reports in Victoria. The GRA makes it clear that Victoria Police won’t
typically file a formal report of an accident if no one was hurt and all parties involved have exchanged name and address information. In that situation, an accident report won’t be available from the Accident Records Office.
Who is eligible to request a car accident report?
Individuals: Anyone who is hurt or experiences property damage as a result of a collision may ask for a copy of the report or designate another person to act on their behalf.
Personal representatives: A third party may apply for a copy of the report if a person who was involved in the accident is unable to offer representation.
Authorized representatives: With the individual’s written consent, insurers, and other third parties are permitted to obtain information on the person’s behalf.
Do you have to file an accident report?
Even though it is a minor accident, you need to stop the car. If the car’s driver is unable to be reached, you must pull over, leave your contact information, and dial 911 to report the incident.
What details do you need to provide if you’re involved in an accident?
You must provide your insurance information, including your name, address, and vehicle registration if anyone involved in the accident is injured.