Death is a fact of life. When it occurs, so many things are impacted, even the place where the death too place. Professional services are sometimes required to clean a place where a death occurred, even more so if that death was unattended.
What Is An Unattended Death?
An unattended death occurs when someone dies and is not discovered for days, weeks, or even months later. In many cases, unattended deaths involve elderly people who have no immediate friends, family, or care workers looking after them. Sometimes, unattended deaths are the results of either suicide or homicide.
What Happens After An Unattended Death?
When an unattended death is discovered, police and paramedics usually respond. Once the death is confirmed, the police will seek to determine the cause of death. If it’s not readily apparent, the coroner, who receives the body from the place of death, will give the answer. Once the police finish processing the scene, which could take days or weeks, it is released to the interested parties, ie the landlord or family. The authorities do not do any cleaning for you.
Unattended Death Cleanup in Oregon
Unattended death scenes can leave all manner of troubling and troublesome stains and messes. In many cases, hazardous materials, such as contaminated blood or feces, are left behind and should be handled by a professional crime scene cleaning company. Experienced workers know how to deal with an entire spectrum of tasks ranging from tissue collection and disposal to full-house deodorization.
For assistance with unattended death cleanup in Oregon, contact Bio Management Northwest at www.bionw.com.