Uselful Charities and Organisations
At Fieldfisher we support dedicated research charities and support groups. Should you ever need additional support or information, we've put together this short list of contacts for charities and support groups that may be able to help you.
79 Radstock Road
Tel: 02380 010 016 / 02380 010 015
National Macmillan Mesothelioma Resource Centre
Hospital Management Offices, Glenfield Hospital
Leicester LE3 9QP
Tel: 0800 169 2409
Fax: 0116 250 2810
Tel: 01282 219391
DWP Benefits site
Helpline: 0800 055 6688
British Lung Foundation
Helpline: 03000 030 555
Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit (IIDB)
Tel: 0345 758 5433
Textphone: 0345 608 8551
Bart's Mesothelioma Research
For information on the research being done at St Bartholomew's Hospital into the treatment of mesothelioma and lung cancer.
Contact us on freephone 0800 358 3848
Or start your claim online.
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Fieldfisher has successfully been recognised as an "Occupation and Asbestos Disease Specialists" Fieldfisher are now recognised as assessors
Charities we support
Fieldfisher bring first successful Asbestolux product liability claim in UK - another landmark case for mesothelioma sufferers
Caroline Pinfold has brought the first successful asbestos product liability claim in the UK.
Attending PRASAG, the North East England mesothelioma victims' support group
I have attended several meetings of the North East's support group for those suffering from mesothelioma and their families, and I can see why the meetings are so popular.
Shaheen Mosquera welcomes BLF campaign to fund mesothelioma research
An infographic released by the British Lung Foundation illustrates the stark lack of investment in mesothelioma research, says Shaheen Mosquera.
Immunotherapy could prove valuable treatment for mesothelioma patients
Caroline Pinfold has successfully recovered past and possible future costs of a ground-breaking new therapy to treat patients suffering from asbestos cancer.
Fieldfisher hosts successful conference for practitioners working with people suffering catastrophic neurological injury