Widow claims compensation for Mesothelioma

Widow launches industrial disease claim 2681

Jean Christie-Davies is claiming compensation for Asbestos against Hadley Transport on the basis that her husband William Gerald Davies was exposed to Asbestos during his time working for the firm.

Mr. Davies, who was 77 when he died from Mesothelioma, was employed as an office worker and manager for the firm and its predecessor at premises in Colwyn Bay and Mochdre from May 1958 until 1990.

His widow has now submitted a writ to the High Court claiming compensation for Mesothelioma, in which she stated he came into contact with Asbestos on a daily basis throughout his career and began experiencing Mesothelioma symptoms in December 2009.

Mr. Davies was subsequently admitted to hospital three months later and was diagnosed with incurable Mesothelioma shortly afterwards.

Posted by Emily Swanson

19/07/2012 16:53