Bush Construction, Inc. v. Texas Mutual Insurance Co.
The Federal Employers Liability Act exclusion barred a worker's compensation insurer's duty to defend despite the underlying plaintiffs' assertion of a products liability claim because the origin of his injury was his work for a railroad.
worker's compensation insurer, duty to defend, eight corners, Federal Employers Liability Act, FELA, FELA Exclusion, factual allegations, legal theories, origin of damages
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