Natural Death

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Natural Death

Death resulting from sickness or old age, as opposed to an accident or homicide. Life insurance provides coverage for natural death, as well as most other types of death (sometimes with the exception of suicide).
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Already he suspects that death by natural causes - insect invasion - benefits a wider variety of animals than girdling.
He recorded the underlying cause of death as a malignant tumour and recorded a verdict of death by natural causes.
Recording a verdict of death by natural causes, Dr Bell said: "The evidence does support the death being attributed to natural causes on the basis of a history of hypertension.
Coroner for North East Wales and Central, John Gittins, recorded a conclusion of death by natural causes.
Recording a verdict of death by natural causes, North West Wales coroner Dewi Pritchard Jones said: Her body wasn''t able to cope with the organism developing and it led to her death.
Ms Ormand-Walshe, recording a verdict of death by natural causes, said there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death.
A jury at the inquest into his death recorded a verdict of death by natural causes, significantly contributed to by neglect on an individual and systemic level.
Returning a verdict of death by natural causes, Powys Coroner Peter Maddox said the cause of death was aspiration pneumonia with Creutzfeld Jakob Disease following an operation at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital in 2006.
The coroner recorded a verdict of death by natural causes.
Recording a verdict of death by natural causes, Dr David Osborne, coroner for Neath, Glamorgan, said Paul had an enlarged heart which may have caused an irregular rhythm leading to cardiac failure.
An inquest held at Wallasey town hall, coroner Christopher Johnson recorded a verdict of death by natural causes.
On Tuesday, an inquest into building labourer Mr Hall's death on August 19 last year recorded a verdict of death by natural causes.