Guerra v. ACE American Insurance Co.
The court found that the trial court's decision to realign the parties to account for the insured's burden of proof at trial was not in error and, even if it was, no prejudice was shown. Additionally, the insured did not provide any support for finding an error in the jury charge, and his claim that opposing counsel provided improper jury argument was not preserved at trial and any such error was not incurable at the time.
workers'compensation insurance, agreed final judgment, realignment of parties, burden of proof, prejudice, jury charge error, improper jury argument, preservation of error
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