Widow of Former Metro-Cammell Apprentice Seeks Help From Witnesses
10 Feb 2020
We have been instructed by SB, the widow of WB, to find out the circumstances in which her late husband was exposed to asbestos whilst working at Metro-Cammell as a carpentry apprentice. He sadly passed away last year from mesothelioma, an asbestos-related illness that affects the lining of the lung.
The Deceased worked at The Met in the 1950s as an apprentice carpenter, whilst attending college. He worked there for a few years and was involved in working on the train carriages.
There have been countless claims against Metro Cammell. Asbestos was used in various ways. The Deceased passed away before he could give an account of his work and exposure to asbestos. We are therefore keen to hear from anyone that worked for The Met in the 1950s in carpentry like WB did, or amongst the carpenters.
We would be very grateful for any information you can provide, in order to obtain justice for the ordeal that SB and her family have been through. If you can help us, please contact Luke Thomas on 0121 663 6220 or alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org