Do I need a Police Report?

Do I Need a Police Report?

The short answer is YES. From fender benders to major vehicle accidents, obtaining a police report is crucial to not only establish the details of the accident, but to determine liability as well. Depending on the nature of the accident, an officer may give you the option to submit your own report online or allow them to make a report themselves. The best choice is to let the officers do the report while on scene so no vital information gets missed. And if some reason you are required to submit your own report (ex: no officer on scene), we recommend you do it ASAP so details about the accident are not forgotten that could potentially affect your case. In Colorado, the law states you have 60 days from the date of the accident to file your report. Even though Colorado law does not require police reports for minor collisions that are less than $1,000 in property damage and do not result in the other party being injured or deceased, it can benefit you in the long run to report it to the proper agency as it contains details that will help insurance companies while working this claim.

But what type of information is on the police report that makes it so important? It contains where the accident happened, what time, who was involved, who were the witnesses, photographs of the scene, officer observations, a diagram of what happened and how fast the parties were driving. Besides that, the report will also show if and who received a citation, which will make it much easier for insurance companies to determine liability.

We understand how scary it can be to be involved in a car accident and we know the first thing you want to do is go home and try to put it past you, however we strongly encourage you to take the extra time needed to allow police officers evaluate the scene and make a police report that could make a difference in your insurance claim.

Queener Law Files Product Liability Lawsuit Against Amazon

Queener Law Files Product Liability Lawsuit Against Amazon

Queener Law Files Products Liability Lawsuit Against Amazon

Queener Law has filed a product liability lawsuit against Amazon due to a defective mobility scooter that caused a fire in a man’s home. The man sustained injuries and significant damage to his home. Queener Law intends to hold Amazon and its co-defendants accountable for the defective product. The lawsuit against Amazon was filed on April 25, 2024, in Tennessee Middle District Court. The case is 3:24-cv-00516, Waller v. Services, LLC.


Your Rights As A Consumer

As a consumer, you have several rights that protect you in the marketplace. These rights include the right to safety, the right to be informed, the right to choose, and the right to be heard. These rights protect you from defective products, misleading advertising, and unfair business practices. If your rights as a consumer have been violated by something you have purchased, you may be entitled to legal recourse.



  • What if I receive counterfeit goods from Amazon?
    Counterfeit goods violate Amazon’s policies and your rights as a consumer. You may be entitled to a refund or replacement and, in some instances, additional damages.
  • How long do I have to sue Amazon?
    The statute of limitations for filing a lawsuit against Amazon can vary based on the nature of your claim and jurisdiction. It’s crucial to act quickly to protect your legal options.
  • Can I take legal action against Amazon without a lawyer?
    While it is possible to sue Amazon without legal representation, navigating the complexities of the law and Amazon’s legal team can be challenging without professional guidance.
  • What are the potential outcomes of suing Amazon? Depending on the nature and success of your lawsuit, outcomes can range from monetary compensation to product replacements or policy changes within Amazon


About Queener Law

Queener Law has supported accident victims and consumer rights for more than 30 years. With offices in Tennessee and Kentucky, Queener Law has proudly risen to prominence as one of the most successful personal injury and consumer advocacy law firms in the southeast. Queener Law also boasts a national presence in Denver, Colorado, specializing in practices ranging from product liability and personal injury to aviation accidents. Queener Law’s long history of success has resulted in millions recovered for clients and an unbeatable team of inventive, innovative, and experienced attorneys and paralegals. Visit Queener Law to learn more.