POLICE CRASH REPORTS IN COURT?
My name is Gabriel Carrera, and I advertise as The Attorney That Rides and I am the biker returning to the biker community here in South Florida, and today I want to talk to you about police reports, I had a client that called me up that was just recently in a motorcycle accident and told me crying by the phone: listen! the police report is wrong, they got it all wrong. She was very nervous, thought she was going to lose the case, she has a lot of medical bills. And guess what, we told her, police reports are inadmissible in court because they are? heresaying exactly basically just repeating what other people said. So what happens in this situation, if the police officer was to be subpoemed to court to testify. Once again, that’s fine. I didn’t see anything, I didn’t hear anything. I put down what this person told me and I put down what this person told me, and I got all the information from the cars, it should by police report. So, it’s hearsay. It ain’t no good, but there are times when I can use it to establish liability with the insurance company and try to settle cases, without having to go to trial. It happens all the time. Not a problem we do it here at the attorney the rights law firm, police reports are what? hearsay. So if you’ve been injured you’ve been in an accident. You need an attorney who knows what they’re doing, give me a call at 954-533-7593, or go to AttorneythatRides.com and wait for it! It’s coming! Here it is!