Coroners Inquest Law - Legal Representation and Advice
Do you have to attend a Coroner's Inquest?
Are you seeking confidential legal advice or representation?
Alexander Barristers are lawyers who specialise in coroners law, judical review and appeals from coroner's decisions. Our barristers regularly appear at coroner's inquests and advise on coroners law generally.
Anyone may now instruct a barrister directly or via a solicitor.
A summary of our Chambers coroners work appears below, but for more thorough details of our legal services see our page: Areas of Work
- Members of Chambers have acted for many individuals before the coroners courts, including: members of bereaved families; professionals and lay people who may have contributed to or caused death; insurers; companies who may have breached health & safety laws; hospitals and care homes, and other interested parties.
- Members of Chambers also undertake coronial appeals and judicial reviews of coroner's decisions and verdicts.
- Our barristers advise on evidence, procedure,
jurisdictional disputes, repatriation of bodies lying
overseas, the likelihood of particular verdicts, post-mortem autopsies
and forensic analysis, the retention of body tissue and organs, the
release of bodies for burial or cremation on religious grounds or
and the legal status of an inquisistion or decision of a coroner.
- Chambers has particular expertise in coroners law concerning deaths caused by hospital medical errors or neglect, pressure sore damage, nursing and care home neglect, road traffic accidents (RTAs), health and safety accidents, unlawful killings (homicide: manslaughter and murder) and deaths from suicide.
- Our barristers appear at inquests throughout England and Wales.
- Our fees are competitive. Call us without obligation.
Or here for our specialist Areas of Medical Law Work in more detail.
Contact us in confidence without obligation to discuss you requirements on:
Telephone: 0845 652 0451