Cathey v. Booth

In Cathey v. Booth, 900 S.W.2d 339, 340 (Tex. 1995), the Supreme Court explained that to impute actual notice of an injury to a governmental agency, a party must show that the governmental unit had knowledge of: (1) a death or injury; (2) its alleged fault in producing or contributing to the injury; (3) the identity of the parties involved.