Viola Beach – Coroner’s Court in Warrington
The tragic deaths of the Band Members of Viola Beach and their Manager was held locally in their home town of Warrington Cheshire. Once the short formalities of the hearing took place the Inquest was adjourned to be heard at a later time.
This is because the Coroner will have insufficient evidence to make any verdict into the cause of the death. Only once the evidence has been collated by the Swedish Police and other relevant organisations will the Inquest into the Deaths of Viola Beach be heard.
It was reported that the bodies of the band members have been returned to their respective families.
All band members of Viola Beach were killed on the 13 February 2016 whilst they were in Sweden when their hired car departed from a bridge and landed into a canal below. All men were killed. There were unfounded rumors that the band may have taken drink or drugs but was later proved wrong when the toxicologist report on the bodies revealed negative findings.
Warrington Coroner Nicholas Rheinberg
The Coroner headed to hear the Inquest of the deaths has been named as Nicholas Rheinberg who officially released the bodies so the burials could take place. The Swedish Police and the UK Police are said to be in co-operation with each other over the fatal car crash.
Affected by the Fatal Car Crash?
This tragic car crash has been reported by the national press and TV because in one accident, it has took the lives of all the band members who were young and had promising careers ahead of them. Such as waste of life and yet the accident circumstances are still unknown.
The unknown facts leaves the bereaved families in limbo and hinders the grieving process.
At the fatal accident claims solicitors we not only helping many families affected by such similar tragic events and difficult times but specialise in fact finding and getting to the truth of what happened by liaising with the police and relevant authorities including, if necessary obtaining specialist expert evidence. Once the evidence has been obtained to present any case at an Inquest Hearing before the Coroner. Once the hearing has been held, to continue to support the families to help with all the necessary paper-work and deal with all financial claims for loss and dependency including any bereavement award and funeral expenses.
Every case is tragic. We will help, just call us for advice and assistance. We are No Win No Fee Solicitors so you will have not worry problems by instructing experienced qualified solicitors. For the avoidance of doubt we are not representing the families of Viola Beach or the manager’s family and dependents.
Posted: March 7, 2016 at 8:25 am