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Posted on 16th August 2017

Jeremy Horton, Personal Injury Partner, live on BBC Radio Kent and BBC South East

Mesothelioma & asbestos claims specialist Jeremy Horton and his client were interviewed by BBC Radio Kent and BBC TV South East on Tuesday 15 August.

Brachers’ client Steve Boniface, 57, of Folkestone Kent shared his story about his diagnosis with fatal mesothelioma from working with asbestolux boards as an apprentice carpenter for the GLC in the late 1970s.

Steve highlighted the dangers of asbestos that still exist today for builders and others working on properties containing old asbestos that he and others installed up to the 1970s and beyond. He wants to prevent another generation suffering mesothelioma and other asbestos diseases by taking greater care to avoid contact with old asbestos. Jeremy explained about how we are helping asbestos victims like Steve with the compensation claims process for mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases.

For further information and to speak to a member of our mesothelioma and asbestos team, please contact Jeremy on 01622 680415 or email

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