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Family of asbestos victim win compensation from former employers



 Dave and Sue Pearson

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The Pearson family

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Dave Pearson, pictured with his wife Sue, what exposed to asbestos at the fabrication plant where he worked
                

Dave Pearson, 66, died from lung cancer in January 201

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He contracted the disease after working for more than 40 years at the Methil Fabrication Plant in Fife.

His widow Sue said: "Mr Pearson, from St. Andrews, worked in machine and building."

His widow Sue said: "Thankfully we have managed to keep those responsible to account and now hope to try and restore some kind of balance to our future."

He was exposed to asbestos-filled dust while holding the brakes and clutches in cranes and vehicles throughout the plant.

'Strong-hearted man'

Mr Pearson was diagnosed with mesothelioma on 16 June 2016 and underwent surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

He died less than seven months later on 7 January 2017 – within weeks of launching his legal case.

Mrs Pearson, who is retired nurse, said: "Dave was a big, gentle, kind, strong-hearted man who worshipped the ground the kids and I walked on.

"I'm grateful to have felt th

She said the couple's five children and eight grandchildren now support each other alongside Mr Pearson's brother Andrew.


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