The industrial revolution and technological development have brought concomitant legal problems unheard of at the common law. Fundamental principles of law evolved to incorporate the changes necessary to rule over a new way of life. Some of the problems of industrialization have been solved, others are in a state of flux, while myriad others are as yet unknown. This article concerns itself with one of the incidents of complex industrial progress-insidious disease, as viewed in the light (or dark) of the statute of limitations.
Elmer I. Schwartz & Byron S. Krantz, Statute of Limitations in Cases of Insidious Diseases, 12 Clev.-Marshall L. Rev. 225 (1963)