Inquests are held by a Coroner in certain circumstances, for example when a death has happened suddenly and it is unexplained. It is the Coroner’s duty to find out who died, when, where and in what circumstances.
If you have lost a family member or someone close to you dies in circumstances you don’t understand, you may be entitled to ask questions at the inquest about the death and may be able to get legal representation to have those questions asked.
If there is a finding that a death could have been avoided, a Coroner – where appropriate – can make a recommendation that could prevent a similar death in the future.
Jobling Gowler, are experienced in this area and we are here to support you if you require advice about or representation at an inquest. Over the years our specialist team have represented many families at inquests and have helped our clients have their questions answered. We have helped to ensure that changes are made in procedures and have, on the basis of the evidence heard at the inquest, gone on to pursue claims for compensation for our clients through the civil courts.
If you require advice about an inquest contact one of our specialist litigation solicitors today who will be happy to arrange an initial free consultation.
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