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Rosemary Giles



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

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  • 21/03/2018
    Cancer Research Doctor Seeks Answers After Mesothelioma Diagnosis

    “This is a truly devastating tale in which a doctor who has devoted much of his life to researching cancer has gone on to develop such a condition at a terribly young age. “Following our instruction, we have been working to develop a clearer picture of locations where John may have come into contact with asbestos and our enquiries have led us to require more information related to several school sites that he recalls from his childhood. “As such, we would be hugely grateful to anyone who is able to come forward and shed light on the presence of asbestos at any of the locations highlighted.”

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  • 16/03/2018
    Husband Appeals For Information After Dunstable Woman’s Asbestos Cancer Death

    “Since our instruction we have been working hard to develop a complete picture regarding when Marion may have come into contact with asbestos. “We are now particularly keen to hear from anyone who may recall working with Marion in the 1980s and has information regarding the presence of asbestos in and around the Blue Circle site. Such information could ultimately prove vital in our efforts to help her family gain justice regarding this terrible illness.”

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  • 07/07/2017
    Asbestos Lawyers Call For Action On Mesothelioma In Schools

    “Mesothelioma is an extremely aggressive and incurable cancer and it causes a great deal of suffering to those affected by it. “The first Asbestos Regulations, to manage the use of asbestos because of its danger to health, became law in 1931, so to learn that people were exposed to the fibres much later is very upsetting for the individuals or the families who come to us. “Now, we are fully aware of the dangers, and fatalities are regularly publicised, it seems only right that robust measures are put in place to ensure when the time comes, the removal of this potentially deadly substance is managed properly.”

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  • 07/07/2017
    Family Of Power Station Worker Killed By Asbestos Disease Launch Appeal For Information

    “This case is sadly like a huge number we are involved in, with a person going on to develop a very serious condition as a result of asbestos exposure which is believed to have occurred several decades ago. “We are determined to help our clients gain a greater understanding of how Derek developed this condition and whether more should have been done to help him. As part of this, we would be hugely grateful if anyone who can shed light on the working conditions at Cliff Quay in the 1960s would be able to help us.”

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