http://www.maafirm.com If you have been involved in a car accident, truck wreck, motorcycle crash, bicycle or pedestrian accident in Texas, there was most likely an accident report filled out by the investigating officer who arrived on scene. Fort Worth accident attorney Mark A. Anderson explains how to read a police report and the importance of this report in determining who is at fault. Watch this video to find out more. If a police officer is at the scene of your accident, there will be a police report filled out by the investigating officer. The officer will interview witnesses and include useful information in this report. The reports typically consist of the names of all parties involved including the drivers and passengers, where the cars were towed, who the insurance companies are, if and where people were taken by ambulance, and other useful information. The police officer usually assigns fault and describes the cause of the accident in box 36 of the two-page report. If you have questions on how to interpret the police report, give us a call and we can review your police report for you. If you believe the other driver was at fault, we can help you pursue a legal case. Don’t try to do this on your own. Call an experienced Fort Worth accident attorney at 1-800-354-MARK to have your questions answered today. You can also visit our website http://www.maafirm.com to view our other informative free resources, FAQS, Info center and other related articles.