Mesothelioma Bill hasn’t done enough
Much has been written and said about the rights and wrongs of the new Mesothelioma Bill, passed by the government earlier this year.
It aimed to finally bring justice to cancer sufferers who were negligently exposed to asbestos during their working lives, but had previously been unable to seek compensation as their former employers were no longer in business.
Unable to trace insurers, people suffering from ill health had found nobody was being held responsible, and therefore firms were unable to support their case for justice…
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