Read Below for a list of frequently asked questions that our clients have:
What is mobile DNA testing?
What do the results look like, and how do I interpret them?
How will I receive my results?
When will my results be ready?
How much does a paternity test cost?
*There is a fee for each additional person.
If there are two possible fathers, and they are related, is there a problem?
Can a paternity test be performed if the alleged father is missing or deceased?
Can a paternity test be performed without the mother?
What is the “chain of custody procedure” mean?
Will my test results be legally binding?
What do I need to do to get a paternity test?
How can I schedule a DNA test?
Is a DNA test admissible in court?
How accurate is a DNA test?
What is DNA profiling?
Click here for more info on DNA Profiling.
How long to get the results?
What if my results are positive?
How long does a drug stay in your system?
What is a DNA test?
How does it work?
Can you come to our location for a test?
Can I get my results online?
Can you test nationwide?
What happens if I try to manipulate the test?
Can a man watch me if I'm a woman?
Do you do blood testing?
Are the collectors certified?
Will you stand behind your test in court?
Can I take a personal test?
Can you provide instant results?
What are all the drugs a 5 or 10 panel test covers?
- Amphetamines (speed)
- Opiates (heroine, morphine, codeine)
- Phencyclidine (PCP)
10 Panel tests include:
- Drugs in 5 Panel Test
Can a supervisor do a collection under DOT or HHS standards?
Is it ever ok to have someone of the opposite sex or gender of the donor perform a urine collection?
What determines if a DOT accident mandates a post accident test?
Many companies still choose to drug test their employees after all accidents. Those tests are not DOT mandated so will not be carried out under DOT regulations nor with federal forms.
My employee is reentering the random pool. Is a a pre-employment test necessary?
Is it considered a refusal to test if a DOT drug test collection is completed but the donor refuses to sign their name to the Custody and Control form?
What does an observed collection mean?
- The provided specimen is not in acceptable range
- The collector deems that tampering may have occurred due to unexpected smell, color, or evidence of tampering of specimen
- An item was found in donor’s possession that could be used to adulterate or “fake” specimen
- Donor is returning from SAP supervised process and under return-to-duty or follow-up testing
- The Medical Review Officer (MROs) has instructed that the donor be tested under direct observed collection procedures
Under federal DOT standards, in an observed collection, the donor must raise his/her top over the naval, bring pants down to mid-thigh and turn around to show the collector that there is no prosthetic or other device used to adulterate or replace their own specimen.