KEEL v. H & V INC.

No. 9110IC770.

421 S.E.2d 362 (1992)

107 N.C. App. 536

Roxie KEEL v. H & V INCORPORATED d/b/a Ace One Hour Cleaning.

Court of Appeals of North Carolina.

October 6, 1992.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Taft, Taft & Haigler by Robin E. Hudson, Raleigh, for plaintiff-appellee.

Colombo, Kitchin & Johnson by W. Walton Kitchin, Jr., Greenville, for defendant-appellant.

LEWIS, Judge.

The evidence before the Commission tended to establish the following:

Plaintiff-employee, Roxie Keel, is a 42 year old woman (she was 36 years old at the time of initial diagnosis) with a tenth grade education who worked for defendant dry cleaner from October 1985 until June 1986. For the first three months, plaintiff washed, pressed and removed spots. In January 1986 she began operating a dry-cleaning machine. During the required maintenance...


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