Arnold & Placek, P.C. successfully obtained a judgment today of nearly $150,000 on behalf of Texas Mutual Insurance Company. The case arises from Texas Mutual’s claims that Covington Wireless, Inc., a satellite television installation company, did not report the payroll for a significant portion of their installers, thus obtaining workers’ compensation insurance at an artificially reduced price. On summary judgment, Arnold & Placek demonstrated that the payroll that should have been properly disclosed and included in the premium calculations resulted in an additional premium of over $100,000. The Court agreed, entered summary judgment for Texas Mutual and awarded it attorney’s fees on its breach of contract claims for a total judgment of just over $148,000. Texas Mutual was represented by Scott Placek and Kyle Jones of Arnold & Placek. Kyle Jones argued and obtained the ruling on summary judgment for Texas Mutual.