Top tips on preparing for an inquest

In our sixth inquest video in our health and care inquest video series, principal associate Ruth Minnis explains that preparation before you go to an inquest is key. 

To help you prepare, here are some ‘top tips’ from those involved in the coronial process and from those who have given evidence before.

Watch: top tips on preparing for an inquest

If you’d like support with your inquest or training, please contact Neil Ward or Ruth Minnis.

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