Unexpected and unexplained deaths, the Coroner and Inquests
Thursday 04th, April 2019
13:30 - 16:00
Devonshires Solicitors LLP, 30 Finsbury Circus, London, EC2M 7DT

Unexpected and unexplained deaths, the Coroner and Inquests

Unexpected and unexplained deaths, the Coroner and Inquests

This training will provide guidance on how to deal with unexpected and unexplained deaths of tenants or service users in general needs, supported, assisted and extra care accommodation as
well as to organisations who provide responsive care. The training will explain what to do when you find out about an unexpected or unexplained death, the purpose of an inquest, the process and
potential outcomes. This is aimed at those who deal with this on the front line in their organisation as well as those who carry out internal investigations on behalf of their organisation.

Topic Covered

  • The first 24 hours after the unexpected death of tenant or service user
  • Engagement with the Police and/or Coroner
  • When your organisation will be involved in an inquest
  • The role of the coroner and the inquest process
  • The potential outcomes
  • Policies and procedures


Samantha Grix, Solicitor
Rebecca Brady, Chartered Legal Executive

If you have any questions or for more information, please contact seminars@devonshires.co.uk or call us on 020 7065 1871


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