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NC Appeals Court on Asbestos and Workers' Compensation

In Maudlin v. A.C. Corp et al., the North Carolina Court of Appeals addressed a multi-pronged asbestos case. The case involved a man who worked as a pipefitter for more than 19 years at the company. He was exposed to insulation that contained asbesto… Read More
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NC Court of Appeals Rejects Workers' Comp Claim as Time-Barred

In an opinion issued two weeks ago, Johnston v. Duke University Medical Center, the North Carolina Court of Appeals concluded that the plaintiff’s occupational disease workers’ compensation claim was time-barred. The plaintiff had been a… Read More
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Latest Court of Appeals Cases on Workers' Compensation

Last week, the North Carolina Court of Appeals issued two decisions on workers’ compensation. In the first case, Jones v. Steve Jones Auto Group, the plaintiff was a general manager at auto dealerships who sought benefits due to mold exposure … Read More
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