Parker has been involved in the investigation of over 300 death cases over his career. They range from natural, suicide, homicide, accidental and undetermined. If one of your family members has died and you have questions about the circumstances surrounding the death, Parker can obtain the necessary information from police departments and other various departments that may have investigated the death. Once all of the documentation has been received, an “opinion” can be given as to the manner of death based on the information provided. Parker utilizes experts in the fields of blood splatter, bullet trajectory and other forensic areas to analyze the evidence provided. You may feel that not enough investigation was conducted that resulted in a manner of death as determined by the investigator agency and corners office. This determination may also have an impact from an insurance standpoint.
Having a second professional opinion can be very comforting to a family dealing with the death of a loved one.