Phoebe Osborne



I am a solicitor working within the Asbestos Disease team in Cambridge. I specialise in asbestos-related disease claims including mesothelioma, pleural thickening, asbestosis and asbestos-related lung cancer.

I work hard to secure justice for my clients and I am actively involved with the firms business development, charity fundraising and I am passionate about protecting those affected by asbestos, raising awareness using social media.

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  • 07/06/2016
    Cambridge Law Firm Joining Law Walk To Raise Funds For Local Adult Services

    “The legal walk around Cambridge is for a number of great causes in our local area and is something we are really looking forward to taking part in for the second year running. “Lots of people need advice on legal matters but don’t always have the means to seek the support of professionals so ELST helps to raise funds for charities and advice centres to provide much needed support. “Hopefully more professionals within the legal industry will recognise the need for this great cause and sign up to take part in the event and raise crucial funds to enable the local advice services to continue doing the amazing work they do.”

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  • 05/04/2016
    Family Of Metal Worker Seek Answers Regarding His Asbestos Death

    “This case is another terrible reminder of the devastating consequences that asbestos exposure can have on those affected and their families, often many years after the initial contact with the material. “Following John’s death, his family have maintained their determination to gain answers regarding just how he came to be affected by mesothelioma and we would urge anyone with information on the working conditions he would have faced to come forward. “Even the smallest detail could be a major step forward in helping them get the justice they deserve.”

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  • 27/10/2015
    Mesothelioma Diagnosis Leaves Retired Mill Worker In ‘State Of Shock’

    “Mesothelioma is an extremely aggressive, and sadly, incurable form of cancer that kills more than 2,500 people in the UK every year. “Sadly, many of those suffering with mesothelioma were exposed decades ago as they were not informed of the dangers of asbestos”. Bernard and his wife Sheila are understandably devastated by Bernard’s diagnosis and want answers about how he was exposed and to find out if more could have been done to prevent him coming into contact with the deadly substance. “We would urge anyone who worked alongside Bernard at John Dickinson & Co Limited and Staverley Lapointe that has information on the presence of asbestos and the safety measures in place to protect workers, to contact us.”

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  • 07/09/2015
    Retired Draughtsman Appeals To Former Colleagues For Help After Mesothelioma Diagnosis

    “Exposure to asbestos can have extremely serious consequences decades down the line for anyone who inhales the deadly dust and fibres, leading to fatal diseases such as mesothelioma. “The disease kills over 2,500 people every year in the UK and causes a significant amount of pain and suffering for victims, like Trevor. We are now investigating how Trevor was exposed to asbestos and if more could have been done to warn him of the dangers of the substance. “He understandably wants to understand his exposure to asbestos, which led to him developing mesothelioma, and we are calling on his former colleagues to come forward so we can get the answers Trevor is looking for.”

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