|Investigator Scene Reports||$100.00|
|Forensic Specialty Report
(Odontologist, Anthropologist, Ophthalmologist)
|Autopsy Digital Image Photos||$5.00 each|
|Autopsy Digital Image
(All digital photos are placed on a DVD)
(Bodies held at our facility after Funeral Home is identified)
|$150.00 per day
(Max 7 days)
|Paraffin Block (Processing and Generating one H&E slide)||$20.00|
|Additional H&E slides (Each)||$10.00|
Expert Witness Fees
All requests to have a Forensic Pathologist testify as an Expert Witness are to be directed to the Pathologist. The expert witness fee is determined by the Pathologist and the requester is responsible for paying any and All fees to the Pathologist, relating to the contracting of a Pathologist for the use of their expert testimony.
The Pennsylvania State Coroner’s Association
These are Pennsylvania’s laws empowering, defining, and limiting the power and the Coroner.
Excerpted from Act 154 of 2018; a Codification of the County Code.
Article XII- B- Coroner (Subarticle A)
Section 1252B- FEES FOR REPORT
The coroner shall charge and collect a fee of $500 for an autopsy report, $100 for a toxicology report, $100 for an inquisition or coroner’s report, $50 for a cremation or disposition authorization and other fees as may be established from time for other reports or documents requested by non-governmental agencies in order to investigate a claim asserted under a policy of insurance or to determine liability for the death of the deceased. The fees collected under this section shall be accounted for and paid to the county treasurer in accordance with section 1760 and shall be used to defray the expenses involved in the county complying with the training of coroners or coroner office personnel, as may be required or authorized by this or any other act.
***Coroner and Medical Examiner terms are interchangeable