The sudden unexplained death of a loved one is probably the most traumatic matter anyone will have to face in their lifetime.
Not only may you have to face a multitude of emotional and practical problems but when a coroner calls an inquest to investigate the death you are faced with a number of questions:
- Why has an inquest been opened?
- What is the purpose of an inquest?
- How long will the process take?
- What information can I get before the hearing?
- Will there be a jury?
- Will I get legal aid for legal representation?
- Who is the Coroner’s Officer?
- Can they help me?
At Kingsley Brookes Solicitors we pride ourselves in our ability to listen sensitively to your concerns but also our ability to provide you with sound high quality advice to take you through this difficult process.
We also have a network of experienced Barristers whom we can call upon to form part of your defence team on a case by case basis, taking into account any specific recommendations or requests that you may have.
In short we have the team that is dedicated to achieving the very best result for you the client, call us NOW and give yourself a head start!!!