Posted by Emily Barratt, Solicitor
DID YOU WORK FOR THE WELSH DEVELOPMENT AGENCY IN THE 1950s – 1980s?
DID YOU WORK WITH WILLIAM HOWELL?
Our specialist asbestos diseases team have been instructed by the family of William Howell, who sadly died from mesothelioma, an asbestos related cancer.
We are investigating how Mr Howell may have been exposed to asbestos throughout his working life. Mr Howell worked for the Welsh Development Agency in the 1950s – 1980s as an engineering apprentice and subsequently an engineer. In his early career, Mr Howell was based at the Treforest Industrial Estate at a water treatment works. He later relocated to a water treatment works in Hirwain.
We are appealing for anyone who may have worked for the Welsh Development Agency at their sites in Treforest Industrial Estate or Hirwain, or who may have worked with Mr Howell, to come forward and tell us what they remember.
If you have any information that may assist, please get in touch.
Contact our specialist asbestos disease team:
01225 730223 Email us
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