harris county accident report

A total of 640 people died last year on Houston-area roads, trailing only Dallas as the deadliest major metro area in the nation.  

If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident in the metro Houston, it is critical that you get a copy of your Harris County crash report.  

Whether or not you were injured, obtaining this form is critical should you pursue a personal injury claim.  

Your attorney will want to review the accident report as part of their investigation and will use it to build a strong, convincing case on your behalf. 

How to Get Your Harris County Police Department Accident Report Online

Harris County accident reports can be obtained online at the Harris County Sheriff’s Department website for $6.00.   

A certified copy can be ordered for $8.00.

To order your online accident report, you will need to provide the following information:

  • State 
  • Jurisdiction
  • And one of the following:
    • Report Number
    • Last Name 
    • Date of Incident
    • Location
    • Street Name(s)

How to Get Your Harris County Police Department Accident Report In-Person

You may visit any of the below locations to purchase a report:

  1. District 1 Substation – 6831 Cypresswood, Spring, Texas 77379          832-927-2997
  2. District 2 Substation – 7900 Will Clayton, Humble, Texas 77338         281-446-9155
  3. District 3 Substation – 14350 Wallisville, Houston, Texas 77049          713-455-8050
  4. District 4 Substation – 16715 Clay Rd., Houston, Texas 77084              832-927-7200
  5. District 5 Substation – 23828 Tomball Pkwy., Tomball, Texas 77375    832-927-2140

After You Get Your Harris County Accident Report, Get Help with Your Case

If you need assistance in obtaining your report or seeking justice, contact the Milano Legal Group today for a free, no strings attached case evaluation.

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Anthony Milano

Anthony is a Texas-based attorney specializing in vehicle accidents. In particular, Anthony handles lawsuits for victims of car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, and bicycle accidents.