Often, these plans confuse injured employees, who are led to think that the plan is Texas statutory Worker’s Compensation when the plan is not. Slips, trips and falls are some of the most common ways we see employees get injured at work, though many other accidents occur at work including those with heavy machinery. Non-subscriber employers lose the defense of your negligence in the accident, but if you are unrepresented, the employer will try to prove where possible that your injuries were pre-existing, meaning the medical conditions were there before the claimed accident occurred. If you were hurt on the job at one of the employers, which has chosen not to subscribe (non-subscriber), please give us a call and don’t wait as the more time you go unrepresented in the company’s treatment plan, the more time you will give the company to build up its defenses to your claim. We have successfully handled many cases just like yours!