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WITNESS APPEAL: Did you work with Peter Daly?
Boyes Turner solicitors are instructed by Mr Peter Daly’s widow to investigate a claim for compensation following his diagnosis of mesothelioma. Mr Daly was diagnosed with mesothelioma in December 2012 after suffering from breathlessness. His mesothelioma was discovered following an annual echo scan and at the same time as his diagnosis he was required to have fluid removed from his lungs.
Mr Daly sadly died as a result of his mesothelioma within two years of his diagnosis.
We are instructed by Mrs Daly to investigate Mr Daly’s employment history and his likely exposure to asbestos dust.
Mr Daly left school at the age of 14 and undertook painting and decorating work on bomb damaged buildings. He then worked as a maintenance man on three different blocks of flats in NW10 and NW9. After undertaking his National Service he moved to work for the London Underground undertaking train cleaning before working for the Royal New Zealand Air Force on administrative duties in Auckland.
Mr Daly continued to work in Australia until June 1959 when he was undertaking traffic control in the mines.
Upon his return to England, Mr Daly worked for NCR or National Cash Register Limited in Neasden, 1000 North Circular Road and in Greenford. During his employment, he was involved in receiving and despatching goods and forklift truck driving. Prior to his death, he described that he worked in a dusty environment in the warehouse. Mr Daly worked for National Cash Register Limited between 1959 and 1975. He later returned to work for them again between 1981 and 1996.
In between time he was employed in administrative duties at Blood Products Lab in Elstree between 1976 and 1977 and worked as a postman for the Post Office between 1978 and 1979. Finally, he worked between 1989 to 1991 as a groundsman/gardener for the USA International University in Bushey.
Mr Daly’s family would welcome assistance from anyone who worked with him or can provide further information regarding the working conditions at the above companies and whether or not employees were exposed to asbestos dust.
We are trying to trace anyone who worked for, or knows someone who worked for the above companies during or around the dates shown.
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