My question involves workers compensation law for the state of: Texas
"I understand that state Workers' Compensation statutes cover work-related injuries that may be sustained by me. If I am injured on the job, I understand that I am required to notify XXXXX immediately. XXXXX will inform me of my state's Workers' Compensation law as it pertains to seeking medical treatment. This is to assure that reasonable medical treatment for an injury will be paid for by Workers' Compensation insurance.
As a result, and in consideration of XXXXX offering me employment and placement to XXXXX ís customers, I hereby waive and forever release any and all rights I may have to:
make a claim, or
commence a lawsuit, or
recover damages or losses
from or against any customer (and the employees or agents of any customer) of XXXXX to which I may be assigned and/or placed, arising from or related to any injury that may be covered under the Workers' Compensation statutes."
Does this make sense? Is this the way it should be or usually is? This is a temp agency