In general, if the cars can safely be moved, and they are impeding traffic, then it is acceptable to move the cars.
Police should not leave before medical personnel arrive. They shouldn't. That to me is unethical, and out and out wrong!
Yes. Otherwise you may be charged with leaving the scene of an accident.
The definition of leaving the scene of an accident is a person who flees an accident after being part of it. They drive off without giving insurance information or waiting for the police to arrive at the scene.
If it was you that fell asleep, you should go to the police before the police come to you.
You can file a claim with your insurance agent. Most companies have apps that you can use to submit pictures and details of the accident so the agent knows the details of it before they arrive on site to evaluate the damage. Police departments may also need to be notified if there was an injury involved.
You can get an accident report at the police station.
An auto accident claim should be filed after the accident happened. Be sure to have a police report and the other parties insurance information before reporting your claim.
DMV always says when you have an accident you should report it, if the accident is over a certain amount of money. I say consider it well before you do, make sure it is a real incident worth notifying dmv,police etc. because it will appear on your record, and the burden of proof will be on you, even if the accident wasnt your fault.
It's possible, but unlikely. In any event, you would have to demonstrate many intervening years of lawful conduct before you would be eligible to be a police officer.
One can find police accident reports on the official websites of the state. An example is the official website of New Jersey. One can read the police accident reports in .pdf form.
Either in person, by telephone, or radio. Paramedics had the duty of preserving evidence or reporting suspicious circumstances to the police. Many suspects will confess to a paramedic because he is the first one to see the suspect before the police arrive.