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We offer a completely free and confidential service to victims of asbestos related diseases and their families on Merseyside and further afield. The services we offer are completely free & confidential and include: -Guidance on welfare benefits and compensation associated with Asbestos related diseases -Practical assistance in the completion of all appropriate paperwork -A drop in centre for sufferers and their families so they can talk to someone who truly understands -Monthly ?Living Well with Meso? meetings with guest speakers where information and experiences can be shared by victims, carers and loved ones -A home visiting service for anyone who can not travel to our office -Access to a database to help locate witnesses for victims (completely confidential) -Representation and support in preparing for and attending formal meetings, tribunals and inquests regarding claims for welfare benefits -Links to organisations who may be able to help you further.

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Merseyside Asbestos Victims Support Group  

We offer a completely free and confidential service to victims of asbestos related diseases and their families on Merseyside and further afield. The services we offer are completely free & confidential and include: -Guidance on welfare benefits and compensation associated with Asbestos related diseases -Practical assistance in the completion of all appropriate paperwork -A drop in centre for sufferers and their families so they can talk to someone who truly understands -Monthly ?Living Well with Meso? meetings with guest speakers where information and experiences can be shared by victims, carers and loved ones -A home visiting service for anyone who can not travel to our office -Access to a database to help locate witnesses for victims (completely confidential) -Representation and support in preparing for and attending formal meetings, tribunals and inquests regarding claims for welfare benefits -Links to organisations who may be able to help you further.

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