Appeal For Help From Former Harrison Birmingham Employees In Mesothelioma Claim
08 Jan 2019
A 69 year old lady from Solihull is appealing former workers of Harrison Birmingham to help her find out how she was exposed to asbestos.
Our client, a retired grandmother, was diagnosed with mesothelioma last year, a cancer of the lining of the lung caused by exposure to asbestos.
She was employed by Harrison’s at their factory on Bradford Street, Birmingham in the 1960s. The company went by other names including Harrison Drape, Harrison (Birmingham) Ltd, Harrison (Birmingham) Brass Foundry Ltd and Harrison (Birmingham) Metals Ltd.
Harrison’s manufactured curtain poles, hooks, castors and other accessories. Our client worked in their warehouse packing items and also in the machine room. She believes she was exposed to asbestos dust during this job and appeals to former workers especially maintenance men who worked for the company to come forward and help her understand her exposure and if more could have been done to protect her.
We are keen to hear from anyone who worked for Harrison’s and can recall coming across asbestos. In particular, we are eager to speak to anyone who worked in maintenance.
If you can help please contact Fozia Hussain, specialist mesothelioma solicitor with The Asbestos Law Partnership on freephone (0808) 164 3730 or by email at email@example.com.