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Sudden Death and the Coroner
CORONER'S POST MORTEM AND INQUESTS

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28. Government Department and Other
     Agency Addresses

 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

DH Publications Orderline

Tel 0870 1 55 54 55

Fax 0162 372 45 24

 

PATIENTS ASSOCIATION

PO Box 935

Harrow HA1 3YJ

Information 020 8423 9111

 

INFORMATION COMMISSIONER

Wycliffe House

Water Lane

Wilmslow SK9 5AF

Information 01625 545700

 

CORONERS UNIT

Ministry of Justice

102 Petty France

London

SW1H 9AJ

020 3334 3555

 

Director of Public Prosecutions

CROWN PROSECUTION SERVICE

50 Ludgate Hill

London EC4 7EX

 

CITIZENS' ADVICE BUREAU

Your local Citizen's Advice Bureau (CAB) is listed in your area Telephone Directory. All enquiries are confidential and no chrges are made. Some legal and financial advice will be given, as well as help with form filling and letters.

 

DEPARTMENT OF WORKS AND PENSIONS

The booklet D49 What to do after a Death in England and Wales explains how to deal with the personal affairs of someone who has died. It explains the necessary legal formalities (probate) and benefits procedures that must be completed. Copies can be obtained from local offices of the Department of Works and Pensions or Social Services.

 

CORONER'S OFFICE

The police or hospital staff can provide telephone numbers for coroners' offices or the numbers are listed in local telephone directories, under the local Council telephone numbers for the area. For further information or explanation, the coroner's officer should be contacted

 

 

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