What are the Verdicts of the Inquest?

Following a fatal accident claim, the Coroner at the inquest hearing will, once all the evidence has been presented hand down a “Verdict” on the cause of death, the following are the options available:

  • natural causes
  • accident
  • suicide
  • unlawful or lawful killing
  • industrial disease
  • open verdicts (where there is insufficient evidence for any other verdict)

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As specialist fatal accident solicitors we can work for free win or lose so you have nothing to worry about. There is a limited time to make a claim so we make it easy for you to contact us. You can fill on our online form or contact us with your details and we will call you back.

We hope this web site provides a useful and friendly resource to assist you on your choice of specialist fatal accident solicitors and to answer any query you may have on making a claim.

Who Can Make a Fatal Accident Compensation Claim?

For further reading see these two important links:

Fatal Accidents Act 1976

Fatal Accidents Claims Guide

Posted: July 24, 2008 at 7:16 pm