Please forgive my spelling on the medical and legal terms. My only sibling (sister) died on January 22 of this at the young age of 34. We belive it to have been a suicide and have been waiting on confirmation from the coroners report for over 3 months just that we can have some closure and know how she died. After waiting over 3 months we were given a report that showed Zero Drugs in her system and an alcohol level of .08 which we know is legally drunk but we dont feel its a leathal amount to kill an otherwise healthy 34 year old women alone. The cause of the death on the death certificate was something like "Household products"??? Nothing seems to make any sense. We heard that the coroner that did her autopsy and toxicology was new and apparently, did not test do any testing of her blood for anything other then alcohol?? In addition, on the autopsy report they noted every little tatoo she had and some comments on her internal organs saying everything was healthy, however, they neglected to make any mention of a 12 inch scar that runs down the back of her skull and her neck from a brain surgery she had a few years ago. We understand and know that she is gone and we are not trying to blame anyone for her death, but we do feel we have the right to get accurate information as to what actually killed her, it has been driving us crazy since the day it happened, many tears have fallen. Now we have to wait again while all new tests are ran. My question is, shouldnt someone be held accountable for not doing the job they were hired to do?? Dont our tax dollars pay their salarys? Does my mother have a legal right to file a law suite for neglegence? or Pain and suffering? My family is not a sue happy family, in fact we have never sued anyone in our lives, however, I feel that that this is causing serious unjust pain that could have been prevented for my mother.