Computer consultant died from liver failure cause by drinkingBy Jonathan Low
October 11, 2012
A computer consultant who lost his job died from liver failure, an inquest heard last Thursday.
Mukesh Vajeskanker Trivedy was found dead at his home in Uffington Drive, Bracknell on June 26.
The inquest at Windsor Guildhall was told Mr Trivedy, 54, had a long history of drinking and had been battling depression after losing his job.
The coroner heard he also had a breakdown and had tried to get assistance from New Help, which provide substance misuse services.
However, Mr Trivedy’s file was closed as he failed to attend appointments.
A toxicology report revealed his drinking led to cirrhosis of the liver, which ultimately led to the build-up of acid in the blood which proved fatal.
Coroner Peter Bedford said there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding Mr Trivedy’s death and recorded a verdict of misadventure.