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I am a Partner in the Cambridge and London offices and have been handling cases for victims of mesothelioma and asbestos-related disease generally for 25 years. I travel extensively within the East Anglian region, visiting patients in their homes to offer advice and assistance. I am a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.
Rosemary Giles has "real expertise in asbestos related disease claims" – Legal 500 2016
Rosemary is "extremely talented and knowledgeable" – Legal 500 2016
“In my work I see so many people affected by their exposure to asbestos that occurred decades prior to them having any symptoms, and it is sad to see the suffering of the victims and their families.
“But John is not letting his diagnosis stop him from living his life and it is wonderful to hear that he is still enjoying his hobbies and motorcycling when he can. The settlement we successfully secured for him will also help by funding the care and support he requires. This will ensure that John will not face uncertainty over his access to medical treatment and he will benefit from whatever is needed.
“For us, Action Mesothelioma Day offers up the opportunity to raise awareness of the causes and signs of the disease and what can be done to help anyone affected by it.”
“The trialling of this new device is a hugely exciting prospect for mesothelioma researchers, and those suffering from the disease should be made aware that research is advancing.
Through our work in assisting mesothelioma victims and their families, we see the damage and upset caused by the cancer. We hope that this breathalyser will help with early diagnosis and possibly lead to further medical developments.”
“This case is sadly like so many we are involved in, with Royston developing mesothelioma many years after his contact with asbestos is thought to have taken place.
We would be hugely grateful to anyone who may be able to shed light on the work conditions Royston may have faced during this specific time period, as such information could be key to getting Edna the answers and justice she deserves.
This year’s Workers’ Memorial Day theme is a welcome one, as it is putting a real spotlight on the dangerous materials people have worked with through the years. Asbestos has blighted so many lives and it is vital that the inherent dangers of the material are never forgotten.”
“Ronald’s story is sadly like a great number that we see in our work, with his mesothelioma diagnosis coming many years after his exposure to asbestos is thought to have taken place.
“We have been working hard to develop a clear picture of his working life and would be hugely grateful to anyone who can provide detail regarding whether he may have been exposed to asbestos at these two employers.
“Any information no matter how small could make a significant difference to our efforts to help his family gain justice.”
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