Sac. No. 6841
49 Cal. 2d 805; 322 P.2d 460; 1958
Where an employee was "blamelessly ignorant" that his moderate dermatitis condition would lead to disability, the statute of limitations under the Federal Employer's Liability Act did not begin to run until he was aware of his worsened condition.
Carter, Jesse W., "Coots v. Southern Pacific Co." (1958). Jesse Carter Opinions. Paper 38.