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UK (Mesothelioma Cancer News) – A mesothelioma sufferer is requesting that his former colleagues at a manufacturing plant assistance him with taking action to obtain legal compensation for asbestos exposure. As reported by the Lancashire Evening Post, the Preston man, 72, who wishes to remain anonymous, was employed at Leyland Motors in the 1950s and attributes asbestos exposure to his developing the disease.
The man, referred to in the article as Mr. E, is quoted in the report as stating of the work, “There was pipe work all over the foundry. I remember being told that all of this pipe work was lagged with asbestos… The pipe work was old and in a very poor condition, the lagging had been painted over, but the paint had flaked leaving the asbestos exposed.”
Those who worked for Leyland Motors during any time from 1953 to 1958 have been asked to contact Susan Dawson at 0161 238 6420 or e-mail [email protected]