Who Cleans Up After A Suicide Occurs?
It's not a question most people need an answer for, nor hope to ever ponder - but for those who have experienced a suicide in their family, it is all too relevant.
When a loved one takes their own life, and especially if done with a firearm, their grieving family is left to clean up the event where it took place. Many people may assume law enforcement takes care of the clean up - but they don't.
Because of this, the family is essentially forced to compound more trauma on top of trauma by enduring the task of cleaning up a situation like that. The one fact that many people aren't aware of though, is that homeowner's insurance almost always covers this type of clean up. This means that for only a deductible, or no cash out of pocket at all, the family can get it cleaned up by professionals and don't need to take on that task themselves.
Aside from the obvious benefits this brings to the wellbeing of the loved ones, having a licensed and experienced Bio and Trauma cleaning company doing this for you ensures your home a bacteria-free, blood borne pathogen-free, safe environment where you can move on and grieve without any additional angst.
Who cleans up after a suicide in Alabama? Bio-One is the most experienced bio cleanup company in the state. With offices in Huntsville and Birmingham, Bio-One is here to help you get your life back together and allow you to start grieving without worrying about the details. Bio-One is licensed and experienced in the cleanup of suicide, homicide, blood spills/accidents, biohazards, mold remediation, decomposition, bodily fluid, feces & urine, odor removal and many others.
Call Bio-One today at (256) 677-6111 or visit www.bioonehuntsville.com or www.bioonealabama.com.