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Title:
Traders & General Ins. Co. v. Davis
Date:
March 19, 1941
Citation:
136 Tex. 187
Court:
Texas Supreme Court
Status:
Published Opinion

Traders & General Ins. Co. v. Davis

Supreme Court of Texas.

TRADERS & GENERAL INS. CO.

v.

DAVIS et al.

No. 25496.

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March 19, 1941.

Attorneys & Firms

*187 **88 A. L. Lowery, of Nacogdoches, and Lightfoot, Robertson & Gano, of Fort Worth, for plaintiff in error.

Collins, Williams & Garrison and Sumner Williams, Jr., all of Lufkin, for defendants in error.

Opinion

PER CURIAM.

A careful examination of the application for writ of error filed herein by plaintiff in error discloses that it contains no assignment attacking the rulings of the Court of Civil Appeals on the issues of good cause. We dismiss this application ‘W. O. J.-Correct Judgment,’ but in doing so we are not approving the holdings of the Court of Civil Appeals on the question as to whether or not the defendants in error plead or proved good cause for not filing their claim with the Industrial Accident *188 Board within the time required by law, Vernon’s Ann.Civ.St. art. 8307, s 4a.

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