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Who is responsible for Crime Scene/Trauma/ Suicide/Homicide Clean up in Louisiana?


Many are surprised to learn that EMS, Law enforcement or the coroner are not responsible for the clean up of the crime scene. Once a crime scene investigation is completed and released by the detective, the cleanup is left to the owner of the property to find a professional biohazard clean up company. Most of the time, crime scene are left with dangerous substances, bodily fluids and/or blood pathogens that may not even be visible to the naked eye. Sadly, many family members are left to relive the horror by viewing remanence of the traumatic event with the aftermath of the scene.

Unfortunately, there are property owners/landlords that do not clean the crime scene properly claiming to “save” costs and or only “wash away” the visible blood or bodily fluids from surfaces with regular home detergents and equipment, not understanding the dangers of lingering blood pathogens and bacteria that are not visible to the human eye and most likely seeped into all surfaces it was exposed to.


This is why it is crucial to hire trained professionals in biohazard remediation to safely and effectively remove all contamination, disinfect and sanitize the area properly. Our team at NOLA Disinfect is fully certified and experienced in a wide range of biohazard cleanup and are fully equipped and knowledgeable in all levels of biohazard clean up. From bodily fluids from unattended deaths to blood and other matters from trauma and crime scene.


Do you need emergency clean up services including hoarding haul out to bio hazard clean up of blood, trauma, unattended death, etc in New Orleans, Louisiana? Houma Slidell Covington Mandeville Baton Rouge Bay St. Louis Call Us Now to schedule a free estimate

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