No. 15971.

321 S.W.2d 323 (1959)

TEXAS EMPLOYERS' INSURANCE ASSOCIATION, Appellant, v. Mildred BROGDON et al., Appellees.

Court of Civil Appeals of Texas, Fort Worth.

Rehearing Denied March 6, 1959.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Rodgers & Stephens, Graham, Nelson, Sherrod & Lambert, and Eugene Sherrod, Jr., Wichita Falls, for appellant.

Jennings & Montgomery, and Elton M. Montgomery, Graham, for appellees.

RENFRO, Justice.

This is a Workmen's Compensation case. By appropriate points of error the defendant contends there was no evidence or insufficient evidence to show that James Phillip Brogdon's death was caused by an injury sustained while performing his duties as repairman or mechanic for his employer.

The pleading filed by Mildred Brogdon, surviving wife of James Phillip Brogdon, for herself and as next friend for her minor children, alleged that the producing...

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