Who can get copies of a decedent's reports and how?
One copy is issued to the immediate next-of-kin at no cost. The next-of-kin can get a copy of their loved one's reports by mailing or faxing a written request. This request should include the decedent's name and date of death. Please include a return mailing address. Insurance companies can also obtain a copy of the Coroner's report by faxing a request on their company letterhead.

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1. What is your phone number, fax number and mailing address?
2. Who can get copies of a decedent's reports and how?
3. How can personal property be reclaimed?
4. Where can I get a copy of a Death Certificate?
5. Who decides when an autopsy is needed and who pays for it?
6. Should the Coroner have a medical license?
7. Should the Coroner be a funeral director?
8. Why is the Coroner involved?
9. Where will my relative/friend be taken?
10. How will my relative/friend be transported to this facility?
11. Is it necessary for me to come to the Coroner's office to identify the body?
12. What are the office hours?