Cook v. Texas Mutual Insurance Co.
The Court found that the injured worker had introduced evidence sufficient to raise a fact issue on whether certain exceptions to the coming-and-going exclusion to workers' compensation coverage applied and thus the trial court had erred when it found that the worker was not in the course and scope of employment at the time of the accident.
workers compensation, coming and going, compensable injury, course and scope of employment, owned and controlled vehicle, originate in employer's business, conditions of employment contract, origination,
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