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If your employer is a subscriber to the Texas Workers Compensation system they can deny a claim for drug intoxication regardless of whose fault the accident is. A positive drug screen shifts the burden of intoxication to the injured worker. Therefore, you need to establish that you had to full use of your physical and mental facilities at the time of the accident.
To meet your burden, you can use statements from a medical provider (preferably a toxicologist) and statements from co-workers or witnesses as to your state of being at the time of the accident.
I strongly advise you to seek legal representation. There are a good attorneys who handle workers comp claims in west Texas.
You have some issues with your case that will require professional help, and I do not think you can get it in this Forum. You should hire a well-qualified WC Attorney in Texas, and let him/her help you.
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