Unattended Death Cleanup Narrative


I'm Eddie Evans and I have 15 years experience cleaning after unattended deaths. My work comes with a written guarantee and I never ask a family or business to "sign-off" on my work. Signing-off on an unattended death cleanup allows the cleaning company to disavow any further responsibility for their cleaning service.

That's not how I do business. I guarantee my work, period.

Questions I ask

Most often when I receive a telephone call about my unattended death cleanup service, I ask a number of questions. Among these questions I may ask the following:

  • Can you tell me if you have homeowners insurance?
  • Where did this incident occurr?
  • Did the death occur in a house, condominium, apartment, mobile home, recreation vehicle, or other place?
  • Did this incident occur in a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, living room, or hallway?
  • Did this incident occur upon a mattress, couch, chair, or other piece of furniture?
  • Can you tell me if this incident occurred on a wood floor or concrete floor upon a covering like carpet, natural stone, or linoleum?
  • Have you called other unattended death cleanup companies?
  • If no insurance, who will pay and how?

Each of these questions helps to inform me about the nature of the death scene while helping to alert my callers to the tasks and resources they have at hand. I know beforehand that most callers know about the nature of an unattended death cleanup; in fact, only by cleaning after an unattended death will a cleaner, professional or not, gain the skills and knowledge best applied to this type of death cleanup. Most of us have the required skills before we begin. Canoga Park's hardware stores carry the needed materials.

When I say, "Most of us have the required skills" to complete and unattended death cleanup, I report on those skills not requirering demolition work. It's the nature of death cleanu in general, including-``


Written Guarantee Example

Mr. R.

Thank you for writing to Biosafe.

I'm going to assume that I have cleaned for you before.
Can you tell me if this death cleanup follows an unattended death.
Can you tell me how long the decedent was down after death and then picked up by the coroner?
If I'm guessing right, it sounds like there's little if any fluid migration to and into a wall or down a wall into adjoin structures.
I would need $3 to $5 for this cleanup. That's a flat fee and covers all materials and comes with a written guarantee.
Odors begin to disperse and depend on the length of time the descendent was down, surrounding materials (wood and cotton materials for example).
Price and work guaranteed.


<<Thank you for the reply.

Based on the below and our telephone conversation, I believe that a firm quote of $5 for this cleanup will cover the needed services.
eddie evans
In a message dated 9/28/2014 9:34:28 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time, nd@mail.net writes:

Hi Eddie, 

Yes, you have cleaned two unattended death scene in our Canoga Park SRO units here for us earlier this year. We now have you set up as a vendor, so payments to you should be processed faster than they previously were. 

Deceased was down approximately 24 hours prior to being removed by the Canoga Park mortuary.

All fluid migration is limited to the floor.

 If you provide me with a firm quote, I will issue you a Canoga Park PO, and we can discuss scheduling the clean-up. I am best reached at (3333) 444-3.>>



Canoga Park Homeowners Insurance

To invoke your Canoga Park homeowner's insurance, some sort of structural damage must occur, in many cases. What this means is that your Canoga Park death cleanup company must cause damage to a wall or floor for your insurance company to cover the damage and replacement costs. Most often blood and other potentially infectious matterial's damage to carpet will not invoke your insurance policy. But, this is not a strick rule. Call your insurance company first and find out what sort of unattended death cleanup coverage you have if any.

Sometimes a long-timie client with a large policy will receive special attention for covering many items destroyed during blood and OPIM cleanup, which does not include structural damage (damage to walls and floors). In any case, it's important to contact your insurance company following an unattended death. Learn what is and is not covered for unattended death cleanup fees.

Canoga Park's homeowners insurance is abbreviated as HOI and is also known as home insurance and hazard insurance. Policies often cover incidents within a home and without. This type of insurance covers private residences and is often covered with personal insurance protections. These include the contents and additional living expenses incurred during an incident. Liability insurance for accidents that may happen in a home or outside often come with homeowners insurance.

Canoga Park's homeowners policies are known as "multiple-line insurance policies," and this helps to understand the joining of property insurance with liability insurance. A single premium payment covers all risks. These policies represent legal contracts between insurance carrier (insurance company) and the name insured(s). Coverage covers such incidents as floods, wars, falling trees, floods, and other man-made and natural occurrences. An unattended death cleanup may follow an unattended death occurring from either man-made or natural causes.


Payment by Check

Housing Management Companies

Some of my return clients include apartment and condominimum management companies. These businesses experience a high number of unattended deaths because of their renter's circumstances. Many times older Canoga Park populations surviving the loss of a spouse move into apartments and condominimums for the company of others as well as personal security; hence, management companies must deal with a larger number of unattended death cleanup situations than the general American population.

Of course I accept their checks and ask for payment in 30 days or sometime soon after 30 days.

Small and Large Canoga Park Corporations

For small and large corporations, I accept cash payment up to 30 days after a death cleanup or soon after 30 days.

Unlike apartment and condominium management companies, small and large corporations seldom experience unattended deaths. When they do, it's most likely related to a homicide or suicide. In such cases, the unattended death dies when the homicide victim succumbs to injuries that prevented them from reaching help. In the case of suicides, most suicides in the United States occur unattended, which gives them the dual heading as both homicides and unattended deaths.


Canoga Park Families

I accent check payment from families and ask that a family's responsible party ensure that I have the name of the paying party, when I can expect payment, and other information. Most often this approach works well, but when checks do not clear, it creates an added business burden. I cannot help others if checks fail to clear in a timely manner.

Cash Payment

Some Canoga Park families prefer to pay in cash which is fine by me. My fees are usually small enough to ensure that a cash payment does not cause an undue burden on families. Ask about this payment method. I find that cash payments often appeal to families on the road from another state. It happens that some times a family meets me in another state than their own because of circumstances.

Credit Cards

I no longer accept credit cards because of their expense and past problems.


Unattended Deaths Explained

Humanity has always had unattended deaths in some of these went and noticed while others stop business as usual. Unattended deaths today usually take place in wilderness areas as well as combat zones. As for unattended deaths in populated areas, we explain these in Canoga Park by looking to our social and cultural values and housing practices.

Socially, many Americans prefer to live alone and this becomes more important to us as we grow older. Of course, nobody truly wants to be alone all the time and it's most likely that many of us prefer company from time to time because we are social animals. But the truth is, we grow weary of socializing and of the "antiques" performed by others in our presence. Some of us become more cantankerous because we are set in our ways and we know what we want to hear what we don't want to year. We see new generations taking over our institutions and we disagree with their behavior, and even when we do agree with their behavior would rather not know about it. Hence, living alone as value in itself for many of us. Therefore, unattended deaths occur right next door to us.

Some of us live alone because we are alone, totally. We grew up as an only child or perhaps we grew up as a last child in the line of our close family. If we had cousins, nieces and nephews, we lost contact with them because they went their own way for various reasons. In such cases we find ourselves living alone and apartments, mobile homes, apartments, and institutions. While alone in these Canoga Park settings we suffered death while alone, unattended. Perhaps in bed, perhaps while eating breakfast, and just as likely, while using the toilet in the early hours of the morning. In fact, the toilet turns out to be a dangerous place for us as we grow older and more frail.

At times as we grow older it becomes harder to defecate which takes place in the early morning hours. As a result we force ourselves to poop. As we do so our stomach forces are muscles to contract against the heart leading to an inevitable heart attack. We either stand up and struggle towards another room to seek help or we die nearly instantly at the toilet. In such cases, those who find this must seek help from a Canoga Park biohazard cleanup company if they choose not to do this type of death cleanup themselves. Other explanation for Canoga Park unattended deaths and the need for Canoga Park's unattended death cleanup services, but overall, Canoga Park's unattended deaths have the same or similar social and cultural influences as elsewhere in California.