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I joined Irwin Mitchell in 2005 and qualified as a solicitor in 2015, having worked as a legal executive prior to qualification.
I presently work in the Asbestos team in Leeds, specialising in cases involving people who have been diagnosed with mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases. I've successfully settled many claims and secured compensation for individuals.
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“We believe John was substantially exposed to asbestos while working in the conditions he described before his death.
“An inquest was held in February this year and it was noted that there was medical evidence that John had substantial exposure to asbestos and a verdict of death due to Industrial Disease was recorded.
“We are therefore seeking to find answers for his family now in order to help them understand precisely how his exposure to asbestos arose and during which employment.
“We are urging any of John’s former colleagues to come forward to help us with the investigation with any information about the working conditions and his employment at Hepworth & Grandage and the GPO. Any knowledge that individuals have in relation to manufacturers of portakabins that were located in Otley during the relevant period would also be welcome.”
“Silicosis is a serious illness which can be very distressing for victims like Chris and their families. Silicosis is incurable and it can often develop to leave victims unable to carry out many day to day tasks and also have fatal consequences.
“Chris wasn’t given any adequate protective equipment or warned about the dangers of working with silica during his career. It is awful that he is now ill simply because he went to work every day.
“We are delighted to have secured this settlement, after issuing court proceedings, to ensure security and stability for Christopher and his family.”
“Mesothelioma is an extremely aggressive, unforgiving, and sadly terminal cancer caused by asbestos exposure decades before symptoms develop.
“All too often we see a case like this where workers spent time working in environments where they were exposed to asbestos dust and were not made aware, by their employers, of the dangers of asbestos dust.
“Brian’s death has understandably devastated his family and we are determined to help get justice for them and for him. We are appealing to any of Brian’s former colleagues who worked with him at the Boiler Operation & Management Company later known as Industrial Energy Services to contact us in order to discuss the working condition that he would have been required to endure.”
“We believe that June was exposed to asbestos whilst working for Industrial Contract Cleaners.
“We are seeking to find answers for June in order to help her understand precisely how her exposure to asbestos arose. June has provided a written statement dealing with where she worked whilst employed at Industrial Cleaning Contractors but we need information in relation to how she was exposed to asbestos.
“The dangers and risks from exposure to asbestos dust were known widely by companies from at least the 1950’s. However, all too often we see workers and their families who have been left devastated decades later because they were not given the correct safety equipment to protect them from exposure.”
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