January 11, 2021

WITNESS APPEAL: DID YOU WORK ON-BOARD SHIPS DEPARTING / DOCKING IN LIVERPOOL BETWEEN 1960 AND 1972?

Our specialist asbestos claims team has been instructed by the family of the late Samuel Alderson who has sadly developed and died from asbestos related cancer.

We are investigating how Samuel Alderson may have come into contact with asbestos and are interested in speaking with anyone who worked on-board ships between 1960 and 1972, in particular ships that departed and docked at Liverpool.

Mr Alderson’s family are therefore appealing to anyone who worked on-board ships during this time to come forward to tell us what they remember about the work Mr Alderson would have carried out as his role as a boiler stoker.

Share on:

Your Comments

Leave a comment

Thank you for choosing to leave a comment. Please keep in mind that comments are moderated. Please do not use a spammy keyword or a domain as your name or it will be deleted.

1 Comment

  • Frank Fitzgerald says:

    I worked for Elders and Fyffe’s 190-1964 on the Zent and the Reventazon we docked at Garston Most of the pipework especially the exhaust pipework was lagged with asbestos which was always shredding and flaking,. It was the norm. in most engine rooms at that time.