CAA is appealing on behalf of the late Robert Henderson’s family for former colleagues to come forward. The family needs assistance in their search for just compensation for the loss of Robert.

Robert, unfortunately, passed away from mesothelioma in January 2018, age 69, due to exposure to asbestos at work. The […]

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CAA to host annual memorial in respect of all those who have died from an #asbestos condition.

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The recent Decision of the Court of Session in the case of Docherty v Secretary of State has potentially wide-ranging and damaging consequences in asbestos-related disease cases where the individual affected, or their family, live outwith or happen to be outwith, Scotland at the time of diagnosis of the condition.

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The formal consultation process on a new bill designed to re-claim the medical costs of treating people suffering from industrial injuries and disease, including asbestos-related diseases, begins today. The bill is backed by Clydeside Action on Asbestos and is being taken forward as a member’s bill at Holyrood by MSP Stuart McMillan.

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Scottish nurses are to benefit from a new fund that has been launched by Clydeside Action on Asbestos (CAA). The charity has been able to launch the fund following a donation from Dr Michael Crawford in memory of his late wife, Dr Audrey Finnegan Crawford, who died as a result of Read full story