PublicRecords.us.org to Provide Cause of Death Records When Available

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The public records move is in response to customer interest.

PublicRecords.us.org

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If you know that several members of your family died of heart attack or stroke, you can then make lifestyle decisions that will help lower your risks.

PublicRecords.us.org has decided to provide customers with the cause of death when they do a public records search, company officials said yesterday.

“We started our company with the idea that people would just use us to build up their family tree,” a company representative said. “We didn't realize that there would be other reasons for them to use our service. Now that we are aware of that, it makes sense to provide them with the information they are looking for.”

The company said that people expressed interest in cause of death records because they are worried about recessive genes that could impact their health in the future, or the health of their children.

“If you know that several members of your family died of heart attack or stroke, you can then make lifestyle decisions that will help lower your risks,” the representative said. “Beyond that, if you and your partner are thinking about having children, it would be worthwhile to make sure you don't both share the same recessive gene that could make it likely for them to be born with birth defects.”

Not all cause of death records will be available, the representative said.

“In certain situations, the courts or the legislature seal cause of death records,” the representative said. “In some jurisdictions this occurs when someone has died from HIV infection, though there are other circumstances where the records are sealed. In those cases, we don't have the legal right to share the records.”

About PublicRecords.us.org:

Thousands of warrant checks, public records and employment searches are conducted on Public Records daily. For more information on these background check services, visit the PublicRecords.us.org website or contact the Customer Service Manager at manager(at)publicrecords(dot)us(dot)org.

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