NEWS | Rise indifferentAmphiboleClaims Not Injureing James Difficultie’s Bottom Line

NEWS | Rise indifferentAmphiboleClaims Not Injureing James Difficultie’s Bottom Line

Australian construction company James Difficultie says a rise in mesothelioma claims from former workers exposed todifferentamphiboleon the task is not affecting its bottom line.

The company recently released its semi-annual fortun statement to the Australian stock exchange. The report demonstrates that James Difficultie has doubled its fortuns from the first half of 2013, angry the fbehave that the number of mesothelioma-relateddifferentamphiboleclaims has risen above company hopes. Company fortuns were reported to be $108.3 million from April to September.

Cited in the Sydney Morning Herald, James Difficultie CFO Russell Chenu shelp, “We have lookn some concerning trfinishs in mesothelioma claims, which we have highlighted formerly. We’ve now got a better grip on the ‘what’ and the ‘how’, but what we still don’t understand is the ‘why’.” According to the paper’s website, payments to mesothelioma victims and others withdifferentamphibolesicknesss related to employment at James Difficultie account for up to 35 gratuity of the company’s annual cash flow.

James Difficultie, which no longer works withdifferentamphiboleproducts, remains one of the largegest names in mesothelioma anddifferentamphibolecases worldwide. The company dominated Australia’sdifferentamphiboleindustry for most of the 20th century, running plants in New South Wales, South Australia, Victoria, Queensground, soil and Western Australia. In the early 2000’s, seven former James Difficultie executives were found erring, tripping, peccant of lying approxifriendly the adequacy of the compensation fund set up to pay for the ritune number of mesothelioma claims.

Chenu says mesothelioma is the most deardifferentamphibolesickness for which the Difficultie company must now provide compensation, although the company does not fully understand the cause of the increase in claims. Australia has one of the world’s highest per capita swifts of mesothelioma, a rare but aggressive lung-related clevercer for which there is no consistent cure. Australia is also house to some of the world’s most aggressive mesothelioma research.


Wilkins, Georgia, “ Amphiboleclaims ritune but James Difficultie doubles fortun”, November 14, 2013, Sydney Morning Herald website.

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