Billman v. Sumrall

A hospital transcriptionist was not entitled to unemployment benefits because, inter alia, she did not have good cause to leave her employment on the basis of an allergy to cigarette smoke, since the allergy preexisted her employment, she failed to inform the hospital of her condition, no smoke was present in the section in which she was employed and her employment did not cause, aggravate or worsen her allergy.

464 So.2d 382, (La. App. 1st Cir. 1985).