At Asbestos Justice we are assisting another client in an asbestosis claim arising out of his heavy exposure to asbestos during the course of his employment.
Our client describes stripping asbestos lagging on a regular basis when working as a plumbing and heating engineer for H Morfitt & Sons / Cawood Holdings Limited during 1960s and 1970s.
As a result of his asbestos exposure, our client is now pursuing a claim for asbestosis compensation. It is though that his fibrosis is contributing to his breathing problems.
If you worked for this company during the relevant period, we would be pleased to hear from you as further information could assist in proving blame in our client’s asbestos claim.
We are also pursuing a claim for pleural thickening compensation for a client who has been diagnosed with this asbestos related condition. It is thought that he may also be able to claim asbestos compensation following a diagnosis of asbestosis.
Our client worked for a sole trader as a plumbing and heating engineer at Winchester College, College Road, Winchester, between 1978/79 and 1985/86. The asbestos claim is being brought against the college under Occupiers Liability legislation which is in force to protect lawful visitors.
Evidence we have obtained in support of the asbestos claim shows that our client was substantially exposed to asbestos dust in the atmosphere when stripping asbestos lagging from boilers and pipework in various boiler houses at the private, boys school.
We would be interested to speak to anyone else who worked at the college during the relevant time to assist in recovering asbestos compensation for our client.
Asbestos Justice is also dealing with a claim for mesothelioma compensation for a client who was exposed to dangerous amounts of asbestos when employed by George Wimpey & Co Limited (now known as Carillion Construction (Contracts) Limited) on large housing estate contracts in the Skelmersdale area.
Our client worked with asbestos sheets on the large housing contracts known as 1,2,5 and 7 Birch Green and Tanhouse.
Anybody who is able to provide further information on the working conditions at the building sites referred to, should not hesitate to contact us as any further evidence of exposure to asbestos will only, improve our client’s prospects of recovering mesothelioma compensation, following his terminal diagnosis.
If you require assistance in pursuing a mesothelioma claim or believe you have a valid asbestos claim for any other asbestos disease, then please contact us today on our freephone number 0800 038 6767. Alternatively, head over to the ‘Contact Us’ page, complete the form and we will be in touch.