The sudden loss of a friend or loved one is always a traumatic time. If it leads to an Inquest by the Coroner, then East Anglian Chambers can provide you with as much advice and representation as you need to allow you to participate in, and to understand,the process.
East Anglian Chambers has assisted many families through the Coroner's Inquest process over many years. We'll take the time to listen to you and understand your concerns and queries so that we can give you pragmatic and sound advice.
For instance, you will wish to know whether there will be a post mortem examination and, if so, how long will it be before the funeral can take place? We can help explain the legal process and to help you to contribute to the investigation and Inquest stages of the coroner’s involvement.
We are familiar with the new legislation affecting this area, such as the Coroners & Justice Act 2009 and the Coroner’s (Inquests) Rules 2013.
If you would like to talk to a barrister from East Anglian Chambers about a Coroner's Inquest, please call our clerking team on 01473 214481.