Irwin Mitchell triumphs in landmark asbestos case
Irwin Mitchell has won a landmark case in the Supreme Court on behalf of a deceased asbestos-related cancer victim, whose family will now receive compensation despite the fact that he was an employee at the factory where he worked with the toxic substance.
Irwin Mitchell has won a Supreme Court victory acting for the family of an asbestos-related cancer victim, who can now receive compensation despite the fact that the man was not an employee at the factory where he came into contact with the toxic substance.
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