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Accident and Trauma Cleanup

CSI Crime Scene Intervention has provided reliable accident and trauma cleanup since 2005. If you are a property owner who has recently experienced an accident or trauma on your residential or commercial property, we can help you with effective cleanup services.

Contact our skilled and caring staff 24/7 for immediate help. Clients count on us to be discreet and understanding of your difficult situation. We adhere to the rigorous standards of cleanup defined by OSHA.

Help with any type of accident cleanup

  • Work accident cleanup – Workplace accidents can unfortunately result in personal injury, accidental death, and extensive damages. We can work with federal OSHA regulators and utilize and follow OSHA guidelines and best practices.
  • Traffic collision cleanup – We understand that a traffic accident that involves an accidental death or personal injury can be very traumatic. Count on us to understand the need for quick and compassionate cleaning services. We will eliminate blood and biohazards to restore the accident scene competently.
    Accidental death cleanup – You can count on us to help with discreet and compassionate accidental death cleanup. We know that often the burden of cleaning up an accidental death falls on the family members and property owners. Let our professionals alleviate that burden.
  • Personal injury cleanup – After a personal injury, we are here to help with quick and professional site remediation services. Our knowledgeable staff is also experienced working with insurance carriers to provide quick claims processing.
  • Natural disaster cleanup – If you are a property owner, trust us for swift and competent help with cleanup after a natural disaster. We frequently work with commercial businesses, industrial sites, and community shelters to provide cleanup from a natural disaster.
  • Penetrating trauma cleanup – Trust us for professional and safe blood cleanup or biohazard cleanup from the event of a penetrating trauma, including gunshot wounds, stabbings, and head trauma.