(a) Notwithstanding Sections 462.252(c) and 462.254(e), if a claimant is seeking recovery of insurance policy benefits that, had the impaired
insurer not been insolvent, would be subject to lien or subrogation by any other insurer,
including a workers' compensation insurer or health insurer, regardless of whether
the other insurer is impaired, the association's credit or offset is deducted from
the lesser of the damages incurred by the claimant or the limits of the policy under
which the claim is made.
(b) A claimant's recovery under this chapter may not result in a total recovery to
the claimant that is greater than the recovery that would have resulted had the impaired
insurer not been insolvent.
(c) Subject to Sections 462.201-462.203, 462.205-462.210, 462.213, 462.214, and 462.305 of this code and Title 5, Labor Code, 1 a claim for workers' compensation benefits under this chapter may not result in a
recovery to the claimant that is less than the recovery that would have resulted had
the impaired insurer not been insolvent.
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