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Fatal accidents - About coroners and inquests infographic

Written by CFG Law, 4 August 2016

Infographic: About coroners and inquests

If you have lost a loved one suddenly, either under suspicious circumstances, in a road traffic accident or their death was due to unnatural causes or violence, a Coroner will need to oversee a post-mortem to establish what caused the death.

Sometimes an inquest may be necessary to investigate the circumstances surrounding a fatal accident and determine all of the details relating to the death.

We have put together a guide about coroners and inquests, and how these will develop following a fatal accident.

At CFG Law, we have helped many families after a fatal accident. We are here for you every step of the way and our expert solicitors can provide the much-needed support following the death of a loved one. We will be able to talk you through the process and how it works, and can also attend the inquest alongside you to offer you the legal and emotion support you need.

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