Dealing with the loss of a loved one in any circumstances is extremely difficult.

Sometimes family members will be told that an inquest is to be held by a Coroner to investigate the circumstances of an individual’s death.

Our Solicitors are experienced in representing our clients at inquests to support and guide them through what can often be a confusing and difficult process.

An inquest is where a Coroner will undertake a fact finding investigation in relation to the death. It is an opportunity for family members to obtain some answers to questions they may have.

If there is likely to be a compensation claim that arises from the incident, then representation at the inquest will often be free of charge.

Our Solicitors can provide an invaluable service to ensure that the family members’ voices are heard at the inquest and to raise concerns on behalf of the family.

Whilst the Coroner’s inquest is not likely to attribute blame to any other individual or company, the Coroner can make important recommendations for change as appropriate.

Whatever the circumstances, our Solicitors will provide a personal approach to a situation and guide you through the inquest and then any compensation claim that can arise thereafter.

Our firm has been advising people in relation to inquest for over 25 years and have the experience to ensure that you have the right representation for your needs.

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