Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Biohazard Cleanup from Suicide

Numerous factors attribute to the cause of suicides and a large majority would say that it can be attributed to the economic meltdown in our country over the past several years.  Bio Scene Clean Up provides suicide cleanup services throughout the entire State of Florida. The health and overall fitness of the baby boomer generation has deteriorated greatly and a large number of these statistics indicate that the victims were medically ill, taking depression medication, suffered general health insufficiency, on disability and overwhelmed with credit card and other types of debt.

General consensus is that the victim’s life now “Isn’t what they envisioned” it would be at this age. Most of these people were in young adulthood in the 1960’s and 1970’s and that was an era that people were much more in tune with others and people helped other people.  Today, it’s a dog eat dog world motivated by money and the quest to “achieve” and the children and long time friends of the baby boomers are no exception.

The increased suicide rates are ordinarily male, elderly and alone with health and financial issues.  Because of social isolation and the feeling of being alone and abandoned, these victims take their life as they don’t see an importance in “fighting the fight” to survive in the world any longer.

Bio Scene Clean Up gets frequent calls to provide death clean up services for families of suicide victims.  Many of the scenes we’re called to clean are unattended death scenes where no one knew that the victim had been dead for days, and in certain cases weeks to months.  We are certified in these types of cleanup jobs in the entire State of Florida.

Contact our office today to learn more about the services that our company provides and our service areas. We perform biohazard clean up services in both commercial and residential settings with immediate technician dispatch 7 days per week.  Our main goal is to help victims of tragedies such as these return their properties to a safe, habitable condition so they can move forward without additional trauma from the scene cleanup.

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