Members of Mountford Chambers have expertise in representing interested parties at inquests and public inquiries. They understand the need for sensitivity and compassion in these often emotionally charged and distressing cases.
Our barristers are experts in Coronial law and have considerable experience of inquest hearings arising from a variety of circumstances and settings, these include:
death in custody
death in care home
workplace accidents resulting in death
whilst being restrained.
Representing bereaved families and corporate bodies, our barristers first-class court advocacy skills and delicate handling of witnesses ensures that evidence is properly highlighted to the Coroner and any Inquest Jury involved in determining the inquest conclusion.
Chambers accepts instructions on a wide range of public inquiry matters and for a variety of interested parties, including individuals, senior professionals and public officials. These cases commonly involve high volumes of documents such as investigation reports, statements and expert evidence.
The primary purpose of public inquiries is, according to the government who convenes them, is to ‘prevent recurrence’. Our barristers forensic and astute approach to examining the evidence to identify key issues and potential concerns, make them suitable for instruction on the most complex of inquiries.
Examples of inquiries include:
mismanagement of pension funds
outbreaks of disease
self-inflicted deaths in custody
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Mountford Chambers is home to a team of highly responsive, experienced and knowledgeable clerks.
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