Former Employees of 2 Leeds Companies Urged to Come Forwards

Leeds Carpenter, Terry Ellis, very sadly died last June of Mesothelioma; a cancer of the lining of the lungs, aged 72. He has been exposed to asbestos at two Leeds companies where had worked in the 1960’s; George Whimpey and John Atkinson and Sons Ltd.

Mesothelioma is a very aggressive form of cancer and it is incurable.

Ex-employees of the company, and in particular those who may have worked with Terry are being urged to come forward and talk to law firms, to identify whether they too were exposed and what measures may have ben in place to protect them, and to identify fellow employees who may have also been exposed.

Click to read the full story in the Yorkshire Evening Post.

These days all parties are more aware of the dangers of the silent killer, asbestos. Even though it is reported that 75% of schools in England and Wales contain the substance. Unbelievable really, that our children are being exposed. Let’s hope that the action groups and government can stamp this out.

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