Kiely v. Texas Farm Bureau Casualty Insurance Co.
The court found that the insured's injuries were not the result of a motor vehicle accident, he was not occupying a covered vehicle at the time of his injury, and, therefore, he was not entitled to recover for his medical expenses under his personal automobile liability policy.
automobile liability insurance policy, personal injury protection, motor vehicle accident, occupying, extra-contractual damages
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