Support at inquests

When someone dies a violent or unnatural death, or the cause of death is unknown, a coroner must investigate the circumstances, and any findings may be considered at an inquest.
For family members, the inquest may be the first time you have the chance to find out more about what happened. Laws about inquests are complex and we can help you understand them clearly. Our solicitors will help you to prepare for the inquest and guide you through the process, making sure you know what to expect.
If you have information the Coroner believes may help an investigation, you can be summoned to give evidence. This can be a daunting prospect, but our experienced solicitors will guide you through what your obligations are and what you need to do.

Why Choose Hine?

At Hine our Senior Solicitors have experience in a range of cases including clinical negligence and fatal accidents. We’ll support you from an initial appointment through to your case’s conclusion, working with you to minimise distress in difficult circumstances.

I just wanted to say thank you for all your hard work and support with my case since it started. You have always provided a high quality of service by being very professional, efficient and friendly.
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