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Phillips v. Texas Department of Insurance Division of Workers' Compensation
July 8, 2022
Unpublished Opinion

Phillips v. Texas Department of Insurance Division of Workers' Compensation

Court of Appeals of Texas, Dallas.

Deloris PHILLIPS, Appellant


TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE DIVISION OF WORKERS’ COMPENSATION, Fleming Foods, Inc., Core-Mark Holding Co., the Raymond Corp., Cigna Insurance Co., Bankers Standard Insurance Co., ESIS-Chubb Management Corp., Liberty Mutual Insurance Co., United Parcel Service, Inc., Teamsters Local Union 767, City of Dallas Municipality, Dallas County Municipality, and Dallas Police Department, Appellees

No. 05-22-00610-CV


Opinion Filed July 8, 2022

On Appeal from the 101st Judicial District Court, Dallas County, Texas, Trial Court Cause No. DC-21-06299

Attorneys & Firms

James Anthony Person III, Dennis M. McKinney, for Appellee Texas Department of Insurance Division of Workers Compensation, et al.

Todd Keith Sellars, for Appellee Dallas County Municipality.

Devin Q. Alexander, Tatia R. Wilson, for Appellee City of Dallas Municipality.

Jamie King Harrison, James Roddy Tanner, for Appellee Teamsters Local Union 767.

John V. Jansonius, for Appellee United Parcel Service, Inc.

Deloris Phillips, Pro Se.

David L. Brenner, Robert Reginald Graves Jr., for Appellee Bankers Standard Insurance.

Chalon N. Clark, Francis H. LoCoco, for Appellee Raymond Forklift Trucks.

Christopher M. Losey, for Appellee Liberty Mutual Insurance.

Before Chief Justice Burns, Justice Goldstein, and Justice Smith


Opinion by Chief Justice Burns

*1 Before the Court is appellant’s petition for permissive appeal. The petition fails to meet each requirement set forth in Texas Rule of Appellate Procedure 28.3(a), (e). Accordingly, we deny the petition and dismiss the appeal for want of jurisdiction. See id.; 42.3(a); Draper v. Guernsey, No. 03-15-00741-CV, 2016 WL 462763, at *2 (Tex. App.—Austin Feb. 3, 2016, pet. denied) (mem. op.) (dismissing appeal for want of jurisdiction because appellant failed to obtain trial court order granting permission to pursue permissive appeal of interlocutory order).

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