Dr Anton van Dellen was instructed by Martin McKeague, the father of Corrie McKeague, and some other members of the McKeague family at the inquest which investigated Corrie’s death.
Corrie disappeared on a night out in Bury St Edmunds. The inquest found that Corrie probably died after being in a bin. Following the inquest, the Senior Coroner issued a Preventing Future Death (“PFD“) report about ineffective bin locks; ineffective searching of the bin; any driver not having the means to search the bin thoroughly or safely; and poor visibility through the perspex viewing screen on the bin lorry. There was extensive press coverage of the PFD report:
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Coroner calls for safety changes to prevent repeat of Suffolk airman Corrie McKeague bin death | ITV News Anglia
Corrie McKeague: Coroner raises concerns about bin safety to prevent future deaths after airman inquest – Cambridgeshire Live (cambridge-news.co.uk)
Corrie McKeague coroner issues report to prevent future deaths following inquest into disappearance from Bury St Edmunds (suffolknews.co.uk)
Corrie McKeague: Coroner sends out report after inquest | East Anglian Daily Times (eadt.co.uk)
Corrie McKeague: Prevention of future deaths report | Courts and Tribunals Judiciary
Barrister on this case – Dr Anton van Dellen
Dr Anton van Dellen has experience in a wide range of defamation proceedings, ranging from pre-action advice to fully contested High Court claims and appeals up to the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court. He also has sound experience in bringing Judicial Reviews and appeals against a wide range of public authorities, challenging decisions for being unlawful, irrational and/or failing to follow published guidance. High Net Worth clients are represented by Dr Anton van Dellen in a range of litigation involving disputes over assets.