Mr Wykes was diagnosed with mesothelioma in 2009. He previously worked with asbestos as a carpenter for a small firm known as L & A Freeman in Hinckley in Leicester.
He was regularly asked to cut corrugated asbestos sheets to size using a hand saw and he was not provided with any protective masks or clothing. He inhaled large quantities of asbestos dust. He had not been exposed to asbestos in any of his other jobs.
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