receivedcertifiednotice of theproceeding.Insurers notnamedasa respondentnthe order, and heorder has neverbeenpaid.rIn August20D4,Claimant iled an amendedForm 3, naming asrespondentheRobert English Maintenance Corporation(REMC)and asserting the same injury.Robert English is anofficerofEmployer and REMCis insuredbyanothercarrier.REMC claimed hat t wasnotaproperpaflv,denied hattemployedClaimant,andstated hat Claimant"wasan employeeof DeepFor[k] Wirelesswhich was insuredby TexasMutual."In January 2006, Claimant field a Form 13, movingto addInsureras apartyinthe case.Claimant'smedicalprovideralso ileda Form 13,making he same equest.BothClaimantand the medicalproviderindicatedthat Insurer had been sent noticeof the requestsat its Austin,.Texas,address.2OnMarch 30,2006, after an earlierhearing,he workers' compensationourt formally addednsureras aparty.Twomonthsater, nsureriled a "special entry of appearance." t later fileda Form 10 "Answer." Both filingsdeniedinsurancecoverageor Employerin
tIn July 2004, after Employeragain ailed to appear, he court entereda default orderawardingpaymentof Claimant's medicalexpenseso a careprovider.2The recorddoesnot revealwhy more than twoyearspassedbetweenhe default order ofliability andhedate Claimant moved o addnsurer as aparty.Insurerdoesnot raise his issue,and at tial, Claimantpresenteda letterfrom Insurer, datedApril2003, informing EmployerofInsurer'spositionregarding Claimant's claim.