Losing a loved one in any circumstance is very difficult. But, when a family member, friend or neighbor dies alone and is not found for a few days (or even weeks) the sadness is compounded by the knowledge that their last moments were alone. You may even feel guilt and wonder if they could have been saved somehow had they not been alone in those final moments. The last thing you should have to worry about as you process this significant loss is how to manage the death cleanup.
An unattended death is defined as a death that occurs when another person is not with the deceased. The death can be the result of a health event, natural causes or an accident, but it is particularly difficult because by the time a friend, neighbor or family member finds the person, decomposition has often started, making the area unsafe for others. Oklahoma unattended death scene cleanup is an essential part of the process of restoring the area to safety and helping friends and family come to terms with the death and move forward.