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Lucy Thackray - October 2014
Hany Matar, an engineer with terminal cancer, who continued to work even after his diagnosis and through his treatments, is claiming that an insurance company is using a loophole in his contract so that they don't have to pay his life insurance. The article explains that "
"Hany Matar continued to work after he was diagnosed with terminal cancer. He made business calls and worked on his laptop (pictured) during his weekly chemotherapy sessions."
His colleagues are upset by the issues that he has been having with the insurance company, saying
"Mr Matar's former colleague, Jessica Bola, says Mr Matar was 'honestly the best boss I have ever had. He is such a wonderful person. He worked weekends, he worked nights, he worked public holidays,' said Ms Bola. 'He was in the office for 13, 14 hours everyday and was on call 24/7, just because he loved his job so much.'
'You’d need at least two or three people, no kidding, to replace the amount of work Hany did,' said Ms Bola."
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Original source: www.dailymail.co.uk