In this appeal, we address for the first time whether a mental disorder substantially caused by the gradual and cumulative stress of employment is compensable under the Delaware Workmen's Compensation Act, 19 Del.C. § 2301 et seq. (the "Act"). The State appeals from the decision of the Superior Court affirming the conclusions of the Industrial Accident Board ("IAB"), which awarded...
STATE v. CEPHAS
637 A.2d 20 (1994)
The STATE of Delaware, Employer-Below, Appellant, v. Aubrey CEPHAS, Employee-Below, Appellee.
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Submitted: September 14, 1993.
Decided: January 20, 1994.
Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
B. Wilson Redfearn (argued), and Bernadette M. Plaza, of Tybout, Redfearn & Pell, Wilmington, for appellant.
Philip E. Herrmann (argued), of Ament Lynch & Carr, Wilmington, for appellee.
Before VEASEY, C.J., HORSEY, MOORE, WALSH, and HOLLAND, JJ., constituting the Court en banc.
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