We have previously discussed the role of a police report in a motor vehicle accident claim. A police report contains critical information about the parties involved in the accident and will be considered when determining fault for the accident. It is a valuable piece of evidence because it contains a description of the accident produced by an impartial third party (the police officer) shortly after the accident occurred. Given the important role that a police report plays in a claim for personal injury compensation, the car accident lawyers at Bronson Jones & Company LLP are often asked if it is possible to make an ICBC claim without a police report. The short answer is yes, but this article will examine the issue in greater detail.