When death is reported to a Coroner what happens next?

When death is reported to a Coroner what happens next?

A Coroner may hold an Inquest:

* after a post-mortem examination
* without a post-mortem examination if the deceased was known to have died from a previously dianosed industrial disease e.g. an asbestos related condition.

A Coroner may decide not to hold an Inquest if the Coroner accepts the cause of death by a doctor or following a post-mortem the cause of death not determine that further investigations takes place.

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Posted: July 24, 2008 at 4:32 pm


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