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Widow searching for answers over her Stoke Newington husband’s asbestos related death

Widow searching for answers over her Stoke Newington husband’s asbestos related death
Roy Rydon, 80, kicked the bucket in September 2015, two months in the wake of being determined to have mesothelioma, a tumor of the coating of the lung most ordinarily connected with the asbestos introduction.

Presently his dowager Norma is utilizing Action Mesothelioma Day to find solutions over his demise. She is utilizing top legal counselors to examine his case and they need to address anybody he worked with at GN Haden and Sons in Holborn amid the 1960s.

Norma, 70, stated: "Before Roy kicked the bucket he said that amid his apprenticeship and early piece of his working life he had worked specifically with asbestos.

"He particularly reviewed his work including the evacuation of asbestos which slacked pipework in heater plants and different works he did. In later life, he stressed that he would get this awful sickness because of this.

As an adolescent, Roy lived in Kings Crescent, Stoke Newington. He later moved to Wickford.

"Just about three years on it stays hard to trust Roy is no longer with us regardless I miss him so much consistently," Norma included. "It was terrible to see the effect that mesothelioma had on him, especially the speed at which his condition crumbled.

"We would be gigantically appreciative to any individual who can enable us to find the solutions we trust we merit with respect to Roy's demise."

Roy joined G N Haden and Sons Ltd as an understudy in around 1952 and after that turned into a fitter and welder who might regularly work in modern evaporator houses in the 1960s.

Alexia Kapranos, a legal advisor at Irwin Mitchell, stated: "We are resolved to enable Roy's family to find solutions about the condition which prompted his passing and as a feature of our work would acknowledge more insights with respect to whether he was presented to asbestos at this business. In the event that anybody would have the capacity to help us, it would be enormously valued."

Activity Mesothelioma Day is on Friday and intends to bring issues to the light of the sickness.

Anybody with data which could help this case is requested to contact Alexia Kapranos at Irwin Mitchell's London office on 0207 421 3903 or email

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