JACKSON, Tenn. - After finding that claims asserted by the daughters of a school custodian who alleged that mold exposure caused their mother's death were barred by the exclusive remedy provision of workers' compensation law, a Tennessee appeals court on Feb. 13 affirmed dismissal of their complaint (Celia Moody Rodgers, et al. v. GCA Services Group Inc., No. W2012-01173-COA-R3-CV, Tenn. App.; 2013 Tenn. App. LEXIS 99).