Get the Facts about Crime Scene Cleanup [INFOGRAPHIC]

When trauma happens at home, many people mistakenly believe that the first responders or crime scene technicians will return the house to normal. In reality, the task of trauma scene cleanup lies with the homeowner. Because trauma scene cleanups involve biohazard removal, it’s not a job you should take on yourself. In addition to the emotionally traumatic effects of handling a death scene cleanup, you could be exposed to pathogens like HIV and hepatitis. Further, state laws strictly dictate how biohazardous waste can be disposed of and who can transport it. This infographic answers some frequently asked questions about crime scene cleanup in Orlando , including pricing and whether insurance may cover the costs. Help others facing the job of cleaning up after a death by sharing this information.

Fact Check about Crime Scene Cleanup