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- Asbestos Related Disease
- What Is Asbestos?
- What is Mesothelioma?
- Treatment of Mesothelioma
- What is Asbestosis?
- What is Pleural Plaque, Pleural Thickening & Benign Pleural Disease?
- What is Asbestos-related Lung Cancer?
- Information for Those Diagnosed
- Information for Families
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- Self-management Toolkit
- Managing Your Asbestos Related Condition – Video
- Sign our petition: Remove Asbestos from Scottish Schools
- My wife Sandra – The story of a schoolgirl, wife and mother who died from asbestos related cancer aged just 52
- Asbestos Management in Schools
- Compensation & Benefits
- Mesothelioma Compensation
- Asbestos- related Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit & State (government) Compensation
- Other State (government) Benefits
- The Pneumoconiosis etc. (Workers Compensation) Act 1979
- Diffuse Mesothelioma Scheme 2008
- Diffuse Mesothelioma Payment Scheme (DMPS) 2014
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From January 7th 2019, we will be temporarily relocating from our current offices at 245 High Street to Ladywell Business Centre.Read full story →
From January 7th 2019, we will be temporarily relocating from our current offices at 245 High Street to Ladywell Business Centre. Please note that you should continue to use our address in High Street if you are forwarding any mail to CAA as this will be redirected to us.
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The family of a mechanical fitter who died of an asbestos-related illness in England after inhaling the deadly dust while working as an apprentice at a shipbuilding company in Scotland should pursue their claim for damages under Scots law, after the Inner House of the Court of Session overturned a judge’s ruling that the case should be determined under English law.Read full story →
An update on our Appeal in May 2018 for witnesses on behalf of the family of the late Robert Henderson.Read full story →