Post Mortem Medical Examination
It is almost always the case that a Coroner who opens an Inquest will require a post-mortem examination.
The main exception is when the deceased was suffering from a well-diagnosed and advanced terminal condition.
In most cases a post mortem will help establish the cause of death. This could be relevant to any compensation claim.
It may be possible to obtain a post-mortem report at private expense if the Coroner has not already done so.
Contact us on freephone 0800 3583848
Or start your claim online.
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