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Harlingen-Weslaco-Brownsville-McAllen, TX

Rural Roads Twice as Dangerous

According to data collected from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, twice as many highway deaths occur in rural areas making them twice as dangerous as their urban counterparts. There is a false sense of security when driving on rural roads because of the lack of traffic and distractions common to city areas leading to higher speeds and lack of vehicle control.

Topeka, KS

How to Search for Kansas Accident Reports

This report can be very important in terms of evidence if there is a personal injury claim, so it becomes very important for you or your attorney to obtain the report after you’re involved in an accident. Learn more here about how to get a copy of your Kansas collision report.

Los Angeles, CA

How To Read A Police Report – Traffic Collision

If you’ve been involved in an accident, you probably know by now that the collision itself was just the beginning. By now, you’re not sure what to do or what to expect.  On top of all of this, you just don’t know how to read the Traffic Collision Report the police made at the scene of the accident. Go here to learn what you need to know...
Seattle-Tacoma, WA

San Juan County Public Records Requests

San Juan County government is dedicated to making information and official documents available to the public as quickly and easily as possible. You will find many information resources and documents available for review and download from this web site.
Seattle-Tacoma, WA

Pierce County Public Records Request

Many public records are available on the County's website. Below is a list of records or information and where to find it. The list also includes frequently requested documents from other local agencies. To request access to public records that are not available on-line, view the instructions for making a records request.

Mason County Public Records Requests

You can make your request  in person at our Shelton office or our North Precinct in Belfair, by Electronic Mail, or you may download our request form and mail or bring your completed form to one of our offices. Inspection is free. Copies are subject to applicable county fees and the information provided is restricted from commercial use (RCW 42.56.070).

Lewis County Public Records Requests

Open files may be reviewed by the public at the Clerk's Office on the 2nd floor of the Law & Justice Center. Photocopies of documents are available for $0.50 per page. Certified copies are available for $5.00 for the first page and $1.00 for each additional page per document. Certified copies must include the entire document.