South Yorkshire handyman with terminal cancer in race to find out if he was exposed to asbestos at Butlins
A former Butlins handyman who has been diagnosed with terminal cancer is facing a race against time to find out if he was exposed to deadly asbestos while working at one of the firm’s holiday camps. Robert Scarpelli has been left ‘devastated’ after he was diagnosed with mesothelioma, a form of cancer which often develops decades after exposure to asbestos.
The 58-year-old of Maltby, Rotherham, has now instructed specialist expert asbestos-related disease lawyers at Irwin Mitchell to investigate his illness and help him determine how it was caused.
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