No. COA97-1490.

510 S.E.2d 388 (1999)

Deborah MATTHEWS, Employee, Plaintiff-appellee, v. CHARLOTTE-MECKLENBURG HOSPITAL AUTHORITY, Self-Insured, Employer, Defendant-appellant.

Court of Appeals of North Carolina.

January 5, 1999.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Tania L. Leon, Charlotte, for plaintiff-appellee.

Hedrick, Eatman, Gardner & Kincheloe, L.L.P., by Thomas W. Page and Thomas M. Morrow, Charlotte, for defendant-appellant.

SMITH, Judge.

On 27 October 1991, an Opinion and Award by Deputy Commissioner William L. Haigh concluded that Deborah Matthews (Matthews) was temporarily, totally disabled and entitled to $406.00 per week for as long as she remained disabled. Deputy Commissioner Haigh's findings included the following:

Matthews began working for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Hospital Authority (Char-Meck) in January 1991. At that time, Matthews had a history of somatization...

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