Coroner’s Inquest Service For Victims Of Medical Negligence

A coroner’s inquest can sometimes be a difficult and emotionally challenging process for families trying to determine the cause of death of a loved one. This fact-finding process determining the reasons and causes of death is designed to work through any ambiguities, contradictions and uncertainties that may arise in the course of the information provided. The inquest is an early and often the only opportunity to hear directly what happened.

Coupled with the emotional impact of an inquest, the terminology and language used ensures the need for objective tailored advice relevant to circumstances and priorities of the families of the deceased so that the grieving process is assisted with clear understanding of the facts that arose surrounding the sudden or unexpected death of someone close to you.

Our Medical Compensation Team working with a panel of some of the leading Medical Compensation Solictors and Barristers. We have assisted families in the provision of urgent advice about coroners and inquests, explaining the process and answering questions relevant to issues such as post mortem examinations and understanding post mortem reports, explaining verdicts, such as what a ‘narrative verdict’ means and when ‘unlawful killing’ or ‘neglect’ may apply.

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Before you decide to bring a claim, our dedicated claims department will under no obligation carry out a free claim assessment.

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0800 222 9444

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Call us now on:

0333 577 9444

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