When your loved one has died, it is a horrible time to face a sequence of legal matters that are difficult to understand. An inquest will take place to ascertain the facts surrounding the death of your loved one, which is offered to reassure and determine which factors contributed to that death.
There are various circumstances when an inquest will be held, when the death did not take place in custody. [If you require custodial inquests, please click here.] Duncan Lewis Action Against Public Authorities solicitors can direct you to the correct department of law, if this is the case:
Duncan Lewis has many different departments of law which provide advice and support when dealing with an inquest into the death of a loved one. We are committed to resolving your matter in a fair and just manner, whilst representing you and the loved one you have lost.
If you are faced with an inquest into the death of an individual who has died in other circumstances and you unsure which department of law can advise you, call Duncan Lewis Action Against Public Authorities solicitors on 0333 772 0409 and we will support you in your query.