The family of a man who passed away due to the effects of an asbestos-related illness have been awarded a compensation settlement for their loss.
Denis Aspin, who was 64 years old, died in November 2008 after he contracted mesothelioma during his time working as an assembler at the Desford factory of Caterpillar UK - part of a worldwide company that employs in excess of 10,000 people - for nearly 30 years, the Post Online reports.
According to the news source, Mr Aspin was exposed to the potentially lethal substance during his career between the years of 1979 and 2008 but was never warned by his employer of the possible dangers of coming into regular contact with it.
Consequently, he visited his doctor in September 2008 to complain of breathlessness and then died two months later.
Diane Aspin, his wife, commented: “No amount of money will ever make up for my husband’s death."
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Posted by Cheryl Bennett