I picked her up.I ask the vet hospital for a cremaory certificate so I can hand carry my pet on the airplane.They said they dont have one and refuse to tell me where or who done tne cremation.How do i know it is legi??.Do I have a right to know who done the cremation and a right for legal proof so I can fly with her ashes.Do I have a law suit if they refuse to provide me with the place or contact name of the person who done the cremation.???Can I get an original cremation certificate? DO i need an attornery to file a claim a againstst the .vet hospital to get this information
I do not believe you need such a certificate, unless the airline has demanded it. TSA just needs to be able to scan the urn through the xray. You could use a temporary container that is not radiopaque. See http://blog.tsa.gov/2012/06/traveling-with-crematory-remains.html. As for identifying who cremated, you have a right to all medical records, which might include a card or document confirming that your animal has been retrieved by the cremation service. Put in a formal request in writing. If that fails, you could file a complaint with the Veterinary Board of Governors. I do not understand why they would refuse to furnish this information. I am certain the crematory would provide you with a letter or other evidence of authenticity once identified.
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