Davila v. Texas Mutual Insurance Co.
The court found that the pro se insured worker did not timely object to the insurer's objections to her summary judgment evidence based on lack of authentication and failure to meet the producing cause standard. Without such evidence, the insured could not overcome the insurer's no-evidence motion for summary judgment.
worker's compensation insurance policy, compensable injury, extent of injury, maximum medical improvement, impairment rating, summary judgment evidence, authentication, hearsay
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