Billelo v. Techline Services, L.P., 372 S.W.3d 232 (Tex. Ct. App. 2012)

(appeal of summary judgment motion in case involving multiple parties after unidentified cow in highway caused injuries to plaintiff after striking cow with automobile; defendant contracted with power company to install power lines along the highway on which accident occurred four months before plaintiff’s injuries; defendant was successful in having claim severed from remaining claims in suit then moved for summary judgment claiming plaintiff had no evidence to establish claim against defendant; appellate court upheld grant of summary judgment due to lack of non-speculative evidence that defendant actually cut fence or that if fence was cut, it was proximate cause of cow wandering onto highway four months after work was finished).

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