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By law, people who are not relatives of the deceased are banned from witnessing an embalming. The curious can watch the embalming performed on YouTube, however, if they possess a computer with an Internet connection.

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The YouTube channel maintained by Benson Family Funeral Home of Chicago includes a short video on the embalming process, using footage of an actual body. In addition, the website Confessions of a Funeral Director include...

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A person can watch a number of videos about the embalming process through web pages such as YouTube.com, NationalGeographic.com and Vimeo.com. Some of the videos explain the process of embalming a body while taking a vie...

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Dictionary.com defines "decontamination" as the process of making an area safe for people by removing, neutralizing or destroying a harmful substance. Potential harmful substances include any radioactive materials, poiso...

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Labor and employment law attorney Elizabeth Unrath advises unpaid employees to first gather contact information for the business and then talk to their state's labor board. Failure to pay wages is illegal and considered ...

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The average workers compensation settlement on a knee injury is $359,149 for a serious injury and $114,299 for a median injury, according to Maryland law firm Miller and Zois. Only 8 percent of injury verdicts were over ...

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While there are many private businesses that provide lie detector testing services, including polygraph tests, the law in the United States limits the situations in which employers are allowed to subject employees to pol...

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