Funny I thought that was the case in most states. Workman's comp took the dice out of the payment for injuries and uses a scale based on how bad the injury is (disability, etc.) to pay you for the injury in addition to all legitimate medical costs. And all companies who were bonded and insured had to have the insurance. Been that way in all the states I have lived and worked in: TN, KY, MS, SC, NC & GA. No different. Why would Texas be any better or worse? Thank you, thank you very much
Originally Posted by acmanko
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