Asbestos compensation news
18/05/2007

Asbestos widow continues husband's bid


The widow of man who died from asbestos-related cancer in 2006 is in the process of claiming asbestos compensation. In an interview with the Dorset Echo she said that her deceased husband's untimely death has ruined her life.

Her husband was 66 when he died from the asbestos-related cancer, which she believes he developed through years of working as a set carpenter on many of the biggest films of the sixties and seventies.

He discovered that he had the asbestos-related cancer the same week he retired. He had already commenced the asbestos compensation claim in the months before he died and asked his wife to promise that she would continue his bid for asbestos compensation after his death.

The widow added, "People must be warned about this terrible disease."

It is estimated that a further 90,000 people in the UK will die from asbestos-related cancer over the coming years, even though its widespread use has no stopped. For sufferers and their families asbestos compensation is seen as a matter of achieving justice.

 



 

 
 
 
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