What is an Inquest?

 

The Court process that determines, as far as is possible, a deceased person’s identity and the circumstances of their death. An inquest is not a mechanism for apportioning responsibility or blame for the death, but it can be a useful evidence gathering opportunity to support a successful medical negligence claim.

 

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