Childress v. Texas Mutual Insurance Co.
The court affirmed a trial court ruling that a corporate insured did not have standing to bring a breach of contract claim against the workers' compensation insurer in conjunction with the insured worker's appeal of an administrative finding that the worker's injury was not compensable.
workers' compensation, standing, compensable injury, maximum medical improvement, MMI, impairment rating, IR
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