Help needed for restrictive pleural plaques claim
We have been instructed to pursue an asbestos compensation claim for a client who suffers with pleural plaques which causes him a restrictive breathing defect, resulting in an adverse affect on his breathing.
It will be argued that the presence of the plaques has resulted in this restrictive breathing problem and in particular has adversely affected his reserve lung capacity.
In order to reach a successful conclusion to this compensation claim we must show that our client was exposed to harmful amounts of asbestos with the Defendants. We are trying to find witnesses who may be able to help in giving evidence in support of our client’s asbestos claim.
Between approximately 1965 and 1971 our client worked as an apprentice carpenter for Courtaulds Limited on Foleshill Road in Coventry. He was involved in the maintenance and refurbishment of office blocks, doors and other timber structures around the factory. He worked both in a workshop and on the factory floor. When working on the factory floor it was a regular occurrence for our client to work close to electricians, heating engineers and fitters who were removing asbestos lagging from pipework. This created a great deal of asbestos dust and our client could not help but inhale it.
As a result of his employer’s negligence and exposure to asbestos, our client is now suffering with an asbestos related condition which is causing him breathing problems. We need witness evidence to assist us in successfully pursuing our client’s asbestos claim.
If you can assist in providing evidence for this asbestos claim, 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.