The last time I was in Georgia I got pulled over for speeding twice in the same county . So the last thing I ever wanted to do was go back go Georgia. It seems the good ole boys in some towns have two sets of rules: one for themselves and one for everyone else.

Nevertheless we ended up just north of Atlanta in the suburbs for a double homicide that was a result of a huge fight over a ball game. The night had started out as a fun time with all the buddies drinking and betting on the game.

Next thing you know it had escalated to a drunken brawl that ended with two people dead. The fight must have been pretty bad as well, lots of broken glass and things scattered all over the house.

Apparently someone had called 911 earlier in the evening and they came by to check things out and warned the guys to quiet down a little. They returned a few hours later to find the two dead men and several beat up men.

We may never know who started it or what actually led to the brawl to begin with. I just say these Georgia boys take their sports seriously and their gambling even more so.

We have our work cut out for us. These jobs are never simple, blood gets spattered all over the place into nooks and crannies you would never think of.

Blood cleanup must be done by professionally trained blood cleanup personnel in order to protect current and future inhabitants of a property as well as to ensure the safety of those cleaning blood scenes.

Blood cleanup involves the removal and cleaning or disposal of items that have been contaminated with body fluids, blood, or tissue matter, but does not stop there. Those trained in blood cleaning are adept at tracking down and remediating areas that have been contaminated – areas that the untrained eye would not see. When a firearm is used, there is often as much biohazardous material that you cannot see as there is that is visible. For the safety of a blood cleanup technician, and of future inhabitants, it is most important that this biohazardous material be decontaminated as well.

Advanced Bio Treatment is the blood cleanup company that protects you and your family by doing the job with well-trained courteous employees. Whether the incident has occurred at your home, rental property or place of business, or industrial facility, you can trust our certified scene cleanup teams to do a thorough job while abiding by OSHA regulations. If you are a family friend or relative, we can work with you as an agent so the family is saved the hardship. Or if you will not be there to shield your loved ones, we will gladly handle that for you as much as possible by handling the paperwork by fax if you prefer.

If you need blood clean-up guidance, have questions about your payment options, which crime scene clean up procedures your current insurance policy covers or require our blood cleanup services immediately, give Advanced Bio Treatment a call at: 800-295-1684.
ABT offers up to $500 for referrals.


Ted Pelot Owner & President of Crime Scene Cleanup Company - Advanced Bio-Treatment