Gwinnett County Accident Report

According to the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety in Georgia, there were 39,970 car crashes in the county in 2017 alone.

Sixty-six residents died in these collisions, and another 13,535 were injured.

Even though we try to drive safely, many residents of Gwinnett County are involved in car wrecks each year. The process that comes after a car crash can be very overwhelming and confusing for these victims.

Luckily, you can get a copy of your Gwinnett County accident report that contains all of the information from your collision.

You can use this report to give details to your insurance company about the wreck and file a claim against the at-fault party.

Click here for information on how to negotiate a settlement with your insurance adjuster.

What is a Gwinnett County Police Report?

The police officer called to the scene of the crash creates an official report about the crash. They document evidence from the collision and the amount of damage, including injuries and vehicular damage.

The officer who makes this report will give you the other driver’s insurance information and accident report number. You can use this information to report it to your insurance company and get your accident report.

If you have to leave the scene of the wreck for any reason, make sure to get this information from someone else. If you can’t get this information, call or visit the Gwinnett County Police Department as soon as possible.

How to Obtain Your Report

Gwinnett County accident reports cost $5 per copy. Keep in mind that the Gwinnett County Police Department will need time to process your report, so it will likely be ready four business days after the crash occurred.

There are a few different ways to get your report.


You can get directions to the Gwinnett Police Department to pick up your Gwinnett County police report:

Gwinnett Police Department 
770 Hi Hope Road
Lawrenceville, Georgia 30044

Reports are available Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Make sure to bring a form of personal identification, such as a valid driver’s license, to request your report.


You can also get a copy of your Georgia accident report online. To do so, go to This is the easiest way to get your report.

By Mail

To submit your request by mail, mail your request to:

Gwinnett County Police Department
Attn: Records, P.O. Box 602
Lawrenceville, Georgia 30046

Include your name, case number, and payment for the report with your request. A cashier’s check must be made out to “Gwinnett County Police.”

If you have further questions about this process, contact the Gwinnett County Police Department at 770-513-5000 or a personal injury attorney at BBGA. Incomplete forms will be automatically denied, so make sure you have all the correct and complete information for your request.

Click here to find out how much your car accident settlement is worth.

Do I Need an Attorney for a Collision?

Without experienced legal representation, you might not get the compensation that you deserve for your car wreck. The legal process of personal injury claims can be frustrating and confusing for someone who is not experienced with the law.

At BBGA, we promise to work hard to get you the compensation and justice you deserve for your crash. Contact us today for a free case review. We will discuss the circumstances of your case and answer any questions you might have.

Our car accident lawyers are prepared to:

  • Investigate the scene of the collision
  • Determine who was responsible for the collision
  • Gather evidence to support your case
  • File all necessary paperwork
  • Handle all communication with the insurance companies

Having a lawyer on your side during a personal injury claim is essential, so make sure to get experienced legal help from BBGA.

Motor Vehicle Results

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Do you have questions about a motor vehicle accident in Georgia? If so, simply submit the short form below to speak with an experienced motor vehicle attorney from BBGA about your case.

Contact a Gwinnett County Car Accident Lawyer for More Information

If you have any other questions about getting your Gwinnett County accident report or wish to file a personal injury claim against the responsible party, contact a car accident attorney at BBGA.

Our experienced lawyers can answer any questions you have about obtaining your accident report.

To speak with one of our car accident lawyers at BBGA, contact us today.


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