Purolator Courier v. Chancey

In Purolator Courier v. Chancey, 40 Ark. App. 1, 841 S.W.2d 159 (1992), the Court said that the term "latent" applies to that which is present without showing itself; that an injury is latent until its substantial character becomes known or until the employee knows or should reasonably be expected to be aware of the full extent and nature of his injury; and that the question whether an injury is latent is one of fact, subject to the substantial evidence standard on review.