Whenever security is required to be furnished under "The Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Act" the Department may evaluate any or all of the following to determine the amount of security required:
(a) A notarized affidavit, (Form DDS-202), executed by the owner of the damaged property or if for personal injury, a notarized affidavit from the injured party along with personal injury affidavit and physician's report, a copy of the individual's accident report (DDS-190), upon request, and a copy of the investigating officer's report of the accident. If the accident was not investigated, a statement advising of such fact will also be required and an itemized estimate of damages, Loss and Salvage Report if vehicle was a total loss. Claim must be filed within one year from date of an accident.
(b) A judgment against the licensee, or owner of the vehicle. Judgment must state name of defendant, date of accident, amount of judgment, that judgment is final, that it is unsatisfied, that time for appeal has expired, and must have signature and seal of clerk.
(c) A certification from a foreign jurisdiction that the operating privilege of a licensee of this State has been suspended or revoked for failure to show proof of financial responsibility to cover damages arising out of a motor vehicle accident.