Court Order Testing
An appointment is required when setting up testing for the first time. Several important steps are taken in the beginning to ensure we can provide accurate service in one-time or on-going cases. Paramex offers a wide variety of options for drug testing in court order situations. Please take some time and review the provided materials to help guide you in selecting the best test and testing method.
Methods of Testing
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Frequently asked questions
1. Do I need an Appointment to set up court testing?
Yes, an appointment is required. You can use the schedule an appointment button at the top of this page to secure a preferred time and date. Appointments are usually very quick, but at the onset of a new client, we need to discuss options and receive a copy of your ID and Court Order. Special cases with individuals who live in separate states or great distances away can be accommodated with a few extra verification steps. You will need a PHOTO ID.
2. Who has access to the results?
Test results can be provided in a secure web based username and login format for easy delivery and viewing. Paramex will draft a consent form for the testing party to sign before testing to allow permission to the parties requesting a copy of the results directly from our office. Paramex will hold no responsibility for the duplication or further distribution of results after we release them to you.
3. Will there be an MRO or verification of prescription drugs?
No. Paramex and our doctors will not review the results to verify valid prescriptions or legal use. Neither will we indicate heavy or light use based on lab statistics and numbers on test results. These types of services would supply cause for Paramex to appear in court for testimony on behalf of your case. Paramex does not offer in court services at this time.
4. How long will it take to get results?
No one likes to hear it, but it can vary. Generally, all lab testing is completed in 24 to 48 hours. Positive tests can take a few additional days, and in some rare testing situations, results can be as long as 5+ business days. Paramex quickly moves the results into your hands once they are released from lab testing.
5. Do you take insurance?
Paramex will not bill your insurance for testing. Based on your testing purpose, you may be able to submit your expenses to your insurance or the court for a reimbursement. Our pricing is highly competitive. Payment is always due at time of service.
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Paramex is not a counseling center, pharmacy, or toxicology center. We do not offer referrals or advice based on the results. Paramex provides screening services at affordable costs to our local citizens and companies, giving you access to services and credentialed labs that are usually not offered or are way over priced. We are happy to hear you out to offer guidance in selecting the best testing, and we are able to offer assistance in reading and understanding the layout of test results.