Originally posted 01/01/2012
What are Equivocal Death Investigations and Equivocal Death Analysis?
What does it mean to conduct an Equivocal Death Investigation or Analysis (EDI, EDA)? We get asked this question time and time again. An Equivocal Death Investigation is an in depth investigation into a death that has lingering questions. Many families have come to us for help in understanding the circumstances surrounding a loved one’s death. The manners of death can be classified as any of the following: homicide, suicide, natural, accident or undetermined. Sometimes the family/loved one of the deceased individual does not agree with the final determination and have a yearning for more answers.
We will analyze all of the information the family/loved one has on the decedent and comb through the information step by step to trace the steps in the original investigative process. We will answer any questions the family/loved one has regarding the death, and we do this with an unbiased open mind.
Reconstructing a death and the investigation will assist the family/loved one in the healing process. Sometimes our minds can get carried away creating numerous scenarios which only adds to our lingering questions and distress over a loved one’s death. We can help quiet some or even all of those questions so that you may heal and carry on with your life. Many times a professional second opinion regarding whether the investigation was conducted properly in the first place with be enough to ease your mind.
If we find discrepancies in the original reports, or find that the evidence does not match the final decisions, we will point out these concerns, which can sometimes mean reopening the case for further investigation. Providing family/loved ones with answers to ease their minds is our main goal. Life can be stressful and difficult enough without the constant worry surrounding a loved one’s death.
Due to the overwhelming need for an Equivocal Death Analysis, we have created a flat-rate fee to further assist families in finding answers. An affordable, small price to pay for peace of mind.
Associates in Forensic Investigations, LLC will provide a no-fee initial consultation to review your case. We may provide a no –fee review of the circumstances to determine if we can accept your case. We provide services to private investigators, attorneys, insurance companies and families. To begin finding answers today – call now and visit www.EquivocalDeathInvestigations.com