At Parker Medicolegal Services (Parker MLS), we believe there is no greater honor than writing the last chapter of someone’s life.  We are committed to providing comprehensive, factual, prompt, and compassionate case review; independent medicolegal investigation of all types and manners of deaths; guidance to ME/C Offices and government agencies about medicolegal death investigation and preferred ME/C Office operations, policies and procedures, and practices; death notification services for law enforcement and Medical Examiner/Coroner (ME/C) offices; liaison and support services to next-of-kin; and overview and medicolegal death investigation training programs to law firms, insurance companies, law enforcement agencies, health care providers, private investigators, and government agencies.

Parker MLS is comprised of medicolegal death investigators, forensic pathologists, forensic toxicologists, health care providers, and other forensic specialists.

Our medicolegal death investigation associates are all, at a minimum, Registered Diplomates with the American Board of Medicolegal Death Investigators (ABMDI) and have, in total, conducted on-scene investigations of more than 10,000 deaths, assisted in just as many additional on-scene investigations, conducted in excess of 25,000 telephonic/electronically reported deaths, and reviewed and approved reports and circumstances of an additional 40,000 deaths.

Our forensic pathologist associates are Board certified in forensic and anatomic pathology and have each conducted several thousand autopsies and reviewed the circumstances and/or death certificates of many more deaths.

Our forensic toxicologists, health care providers, and other forensic specialists are certified or licensed and have many years of experience in their respective disciplines.

Our areas of expertise include medicolegal death investigations; ME/C law, operations, and administration; next-of-kin notification; death certificate review; report writing; formulation and implementation of policies and procedures; interaction and communication with law enforcement, hospital, mortuary, victims services, chaplain, and public health personnel; death scene evaluations; postmortem body examinations; identification of injuries and possible causes of death; medical records review; and the emotional well-being of all MEO employees, no matter their role or job title.