Closure and peace of mind for families. Private autopsy helps resolve grief and accept the death by fully understanding why and how the loved one died.
Private autopsy report is a critical part of any law suit: accidental or wrongful death, medical malpractice and more.
ME declines cases with signs of natural death. Hospitals may be concerned about self-incrimination. Independent private autopsy is the right choice.
Our service driven philosophy puts the needs of our clients first. Scheduling is as flexible as needed to best accommodate you and the families we serve. Beware of illegal autopsies.
When a person dies, the family is bereaved and confused. An autopsy helps them understand what happened to their loved one and provides closure. Private autopsies are recommended in all accidental and hospital deaths.
An autopsy is best performed soon following the death, and before embalming the body. Most autopsies are performed within two weeks after the death.
For the most conclusive results general autopsies are required in most cases, but family can limit the scope of the autopsy and specify organs and areas for examination in the autopsy authorization.
Private autopsies are performed in funeral homes and hospitals, in strict adherence to decorum, privacy and correct medical procedures. Our pathologists abide by the highest standards of ethical conduct and respect to the deceased.
LabFlorida Private Autopsy Group is equipped with all necessary surgical instruments, storage containers for tissue and organ specimens, and cameras for all post mortem studies. We service the entire state of Florida.
Autopsy examination and subsequent review of all medical records allows our pathologists to provide a conclusive opinion on the cause of death.