CAROLE SLOPER v LLOYDS BANK PLC (2016)

In a claim against a bank by a former employee for damages for mesothelioma, the employee's recollection that branches where she had worked 30 to 40 years earlier had had asbestos suspended ceilings was not supported by the objective evidence of contemporaneous documentation. The claimant (S) claimed damages for mesothelioma, which she claimed to have … Continue reading CAROLE SLOPER v LLOYDS BANK PLC (2016)