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coroner's inquests frequently asked questions

A Coroner’s Inquest is held to determine who died, when they died, where they died and how they died. They are an opportunity to give bereaved families the answers they might need. 
The Coroner will hear from the family members and from doctors, nurses, employers and other professionals involved in the care of the deceased, or the circumstances surrounding their death. They will then normally reach a conclusion as to how the deceased came to their death.  
The three main conclusions for death at an Inquest are accidental death, death by misadventure, and death by natural causes. 
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