Hi thank you for your message, I understand. Well that is likely the cause notwithstanding the fall. The alternative, would be to argue it should be accidental death. Either way if you disagree with the certificate you can apply for a correction to a death certificate. You cannot change a death certificate once it’s been issued, but you can apply to get a note added to the original entry in the death register. You can then get an updated certificate issued that shows this note. Anyone can apply to correct a death entry. However, the General Register Office (GRO) will usually need a letter from the person who gave information for the death to be registered before considering a correction.
It costs £75 or £90 to apply to correct a mistake in a death registration. Contact the register office where the death was registered to find out how to send your application, the cost, and how to pay. Fill in the application form to correct details on a death registration and send it to the register office, the form is available here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/application-form-to-correct-details-on-a---death-registration
You’ll need to show that the information given at the time of the registration was wrong. You must send in documents with your application that show what the correct information should have been. These documents should be valid or dated around the time of the death.
Documents you can send in include a:
photocard driving licence
bank, building society or credit card statement
letter from a hospital or doctor
letter from a government department
You should only send in documents that have been certified as true copies of the original.
There is not a set time for how long applications will take. It can take up to 25 days for you to get a reply.
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