Coroner’s court work is an important part of Tom’s work. He receives instructions from a variety of interested parties, but is always acutely aware of the respect required for all those involved in what is understandably a difficult process for all those involved.
Tom is keen to be involved from the earliest opportunity to engage with the investigation of the facts, the HSE (where appropriate), interested parties and, of course, the Coroner themselves. Advisory and advocacy work in the Coroner’s Court forms a vital part of the investigation of the untimely death of an individual.
Tom often advises in relation to potential civil actions that may be running alongside, or starting after, the conclusion of proceedings before the Coroner.
Tom is able to accept instructions on a public access basis from individuals, companies and other organisations including NHS Trusts.