In a story published on Kentonline.co.uk a retired painter and decorator from Kent, England, is appealing for former colleagues to help him to settle a legal case.
David Stanley was diagnosed with pleural mesothelioma due to exposure to asbestos during his working life. The 78-year old worked at a factory during the 1960s and 1970s where he had to mix asbestos powder to apply to piping throughout the factory. He and his colleagues were unaware of the potential health implications of working with the substance at the time but the owners of the factory were aware.
Stanley has enlisted the help of a legal firm to help track down employees who also worked at the Wellcome Factory in Dartford, Kent at the same time to find out more information. Read more about this story here.
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