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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Charities we support
BTOG Conference 2018
Fieldfisher attended the 2018 British Thoracic Oncology Group Conference held in January 2018.
Ground-breaking settlement provides Keytruda lifeline for mesothelioma patient Pamela Stubberfield
The first known settlement involving a claim for the cost of future immunotherapy with Keytruda where the insurer pays for all future treatment.
Tribute to fireman who died from asbestos contamination doing a job he loved
73-year-old John Nicholls tragically died after being exposed to asbestos while working as a firefighter.
Small but positive step in the ongoing fight against mesothelioma
Danielle Smalley from Hampshire is reported to have been given the all-clear following extensive surgery on her stomach and bowel to remove tumours on her stomach lining, probably caused by swallowing asbestos as a child.
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