This comment will examine the standards the North Carolina appellate courts have developed to determine whether a workers' compensation claimant is entitled to relief for an occupational disease under subsection thirteen, as well as the rules governing apportionment of liability in claims arising under the Act. Finally, the Morrison decision will be considered in light of previous decisional law and standards adopted in the majority of jurisdictions.



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