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I have extensive experience of occupational disease claims with an emphasis on mesothelioma claims.
I strive to provide swift, accurate and expert assistance to those suffering from the effects of mesothelioma.
I am sensitive to the needs of clients and their families in particular with life limiting illnesses.
I wanted to pursue a challenging career that would make a difference to people, groups and organisations.
The one thing which I enjoy the most is meeting people: discussing their problems and trying to find solutions.
Both my wife and I were born in Yorkshire and returned to bring up our young family in 2008 (two daughters, one aged six and the other eight weeks old). At the moment life is on hold following the birth of our second child in April 2014!
“It has been well known for some time that asbestos poses a danger to health when it releases dust and fibres that are inhaled. In our work we see many instances where people are exposed to the material during their working life.
“All too often these individuals were never warned of the dangers asbestos posed to their health, nor were they provided with the safety equipment that would have prevented them from inhaling the substance.
“John was diagnosed with mesothelioma only a matter of months before his death and we are now continuing to fight for justice for him and his wife Margaret, who has understandably been left devastated by his death.
“We hope his former colleagues will come forward and help us with the information we need to get Margaret the answers she needs about how and why John came into contact with asbestos fibres that led to him developing this terminal disease.”
“More than 2,500 people are dying from mesothelioma every year in the UK due to the negligence of their employers’ decades ago. Many of the people we represent were exposed to the deadly substance and were never warned of the risks or provided with any protective equipment.
“Action Mesothelioma Day is a time to reflect on those who have lost their lives to the disease and to support those recently diagnosed. Of course, it is also a time to push for further research into the disease and possible cures by raising funds for research in relation to treatment and ensuring that clients have access to justice.”
“We believe that Geoffrey was exposed to asbestos whilst working for Petty & Sons. Petty & Sons later become known as the British Printing Corporation.
“We are seeking to find answers for Geoffrey’s family in order to help them understand precisely how his exposure to asbestos arose. Before he died, Geoffrey provided a written statement dealing with where he worked whilst employed at the British Printing Corporation but we need more information.
“The dangers and risks from exposure to asbestos dust were known widely by companies from at least the 1950s. However, all too often we see workers and their families who have been left devastated later because they were not given the correct safety equipment to protect them from exposure”.
“Through our work we sadly see the devastating impact that asbestos-related disease has on victims, their family and other loved ones.
“This Study Day provided information and insight on a number of aspects related to mesothelioma care and treatment, as well as further historical context on just how so many people have come to be affected by exposure to the material.
“It was great to meet everyone who attended the event and to share information on the developments in the diagnosis of mesothelioma and the management of the patient’s care.”
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