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Title:
Baker v. Texas Workers' Compensation Ins. Fund
Date:
November 18, 1999
Citation:
03-99-00263-CV
Status:
Unpublished Opinion

Baker v. Texas Workers' Compensation Ins. Fund

Court of Appeals of Texas, Austin.

Bart BAKER d/b/a Baker Harvesting, Appellant,

v.

TEXAS WORKERS’ COMPENSATION INSURANCE FUND, Appellee.

No. 03-99-00263-CV.

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Nov. 18, 1999.

From the District Court of Travis County, 53rd Judicial District, No. 98-04159; F. Scott McCown, Judge Presiding.

Before Justices JONES, PATTERSON.

Opinion

PATTERSON, Justice.

*1 Appellant Bart Baker d/b/a Baker Harvesting filed this restricted appeal, complaining of damages and attorney’s fees awarded to appellee Texas Workers’ Compensation Insurance Fund following entry of a default judgment against appellant. Appellee filed a reply conceding the merit of appellant’s issues on appeal. We therefore affirm the trial court’s judgment relating to the issue of appellant’s liability and taxing costs at trial against appellant, reverse the judgment relating to damages and appellee’s attorney’s fees, and remand the case for a new trial on the issue of damages and attorney’s fees.

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