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Mexican earthquake survivors face uncertain future because of asbestos exposure

280 people were killed in September when a 7.1 magnitude earthquake hit Central Mexico. Although the initial threat has passed, millions of survivors and rescuers now face an uncertain future after being exposed to asbestos, the […]

Posted on 19th October 2017 Read More >

Do smokers get less compensation for asbestos-related lung cancer?

A person who develops lung cancer after coming into contact with asbestos may be entitled to compensation. However, smoking causes 80% of lung cancers. As a result, we ask – what happens when a lung cancer patient […]

Posted on 13th October 2017 Read More >

Success! We have won an asbestosis claim against seven employers

We are delighted to report that we have achieved a significant amount of asbestos compensation for Mr H, a man heavily exposed to asbestos dust throughout his working life. Mr H received an asbestosis diagnosis […]

Posted on 10th October 2017 Read More >

Cancer Research UK and Private Company Team Up to Trial New Cancer Drug

A new trial has been launched which we hope will include and benefit mesothelioma patients. Cancer Research UK, one of the leading cancer charities in the UK, are teaming up with a company called Biotecnol […]

Posted on 06th October 2017 Read More >

Questions to ask your doctor after a mesothelioma diagnosis

A diagnosis of mesothelioma can be devastating. After such life-changing news, we understand that it can be very difficult to think clearly and take in the important information that doctors are telling you. That is […]

Posted on 29th September 2017 Read More >

We’ve achieved justice in a pleural thickening claim against the Ministry of Defence

We’ve achieved justice in a pleural thickening claim against the Ministry of Defence. We are very pleased to confirm that we have recovered compensation in a pleural thickening claim for Mr C – less than […]

Posted on 27th September 2017 Read More >

60 Seconds to Raise Awareness of Asbestos

At Asbestos Justice we raise awareness of the continuing legacy left behind by asbestos, a dangerous and life-threatening substance. We believe it is important to raise as much awareness as possible, so we involve ourselves […]

Posted on 25th September 2017 Read More >

Horrifying News – Zimbabwe Will Resume Asbestos Production

We have received the horrifying news that Zimbabwe will resume asbestos production after stopping 8 years ago. Zimbabwe’s choice to re-open the mines: Zimbabwe was once the 6th biggest producer of asbestos in the world. […]

Posted on 22nd September 2017 Read More >

Hospital staff and patients at risk of asbestos exposure every day

Asbestos continues to be present in hospitals across the UK meaning more people are at risk of exposure. In 2014 we wrote that hospital staff were at risk of ‘casual’ asbestos exposure every day. Sadly, […]

Posted on 22nd September 2017 Read More >

Exposed to asbestos? Your risk of pleural mesothelioma plateaus after forty years

A new study by Italian scientists has found that a person’s risk of pleural mesothelioma stops increasing 40 years after their exposure to asbestos. Importantly, this only applies to the pleural form of the cancer. […]

Posted on 18th September 2017 Read More >

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