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Doyle LLP vs Ace American Insurance Company

Workers Compensation Bad Faith Suit. Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed a bad faith suit in Dallas County District Court, in Dallas, Texas, against an insurer who wrongfully denied an injured worker’s workers’ compensation claim.  The suit was filed against Ace American Insurance Company and Underwriters Safety and Claims Inc. and their adjuster, Dawn Monique […]

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Doyle LLP vs. The Arizona School Alliance

Workers Compensation Bad Faith Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit against The Arizona School Alliance for Workers’ Compensation, Inc. and its adjuster, Melissa Willingham. The case was filed in Maricopa County Superior Court in Phoenix, Arizona. The suit alleges that the Defendants violated the duty of good faith and fair dealing by denying workers’ […]

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Doyle LLP vs. Hartford Underwriters Insurance Company

Workers Compensation Bad Faith Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit against Hartford Underwriters Insurance Company, The Hartford Financial Services Group d/b/a The Hartford and their adjuster, Connie Owens. The case was filed in Harris County District Court in Houston, Texas. The suit alleges that the Defendants engaged in conduct in violation of Arizona law. […]

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Doyle LLP vs. Creative Resource Group LLC

Wrongful Termination – Personal Injury Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit against Creative Resource Group LLC n/k/a Onpoint Industrial Services, LLC on behalf of an employee who was terminated following a work injury. The suit was filed under the Texas Labor Code § 451.001, for wrongful termination and discrimination. The case will be heard […]

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Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers vs. Personnel Staffing, Inc. – Discrimination

Discrimination

Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit against Personnel Staffing, Inc. of Texas and Modern Ag Products, Ltd. in Beaumont, Texas for wrongful termination and discrimination under the Texas Labor Code Section 451.001, following its client’s September 2014 work injury. Texas law prohibits discrimination against discrimination and wrongful termination of an employee in retaliation for […]

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International Traveler? Why You Need Foreign Voluntary Workers’ Comp

While new technology allows us to do business easily with those in other countries, this increased globalization often necessitates in-person travel to those locations. Foreign voluntary workers’ comp provides additional insurance coverage for those who travel internationally on behalf of an employer. It extends your domestic worker’s compensation policy so that you’ll receive payment for […]

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What You Need to Know About the LHWCA vs. The Jones Act

If you are a longshoreman or harbor worker, learning about coverage under the LHWCA and Jones Act can help you decide what it means to you and your family. The quick summary below will provide the answers to many of your questions so that you know what to ask your Maritime Lawyer. LHWCA: Who’s covered? Ownership of the vessels you […]

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Workers’ Compensation Bad Faith – CopperPoint

Maritime Back Injury Lawyer

Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers have filed suit against CopperPoint General Insurance Company, CopperPoint Mutual Insurance Company (collectively “CopperPoint”), and their adjuster alleging breach of the duty of good faith and fair dealing and aiding and abetting arising from the wrongful acts committed during the handling Doyle LLP Client’s claim.   CopperPoint was responsible for handling […]

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Workers’ Compensation Bad Faith

Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit against Liberty Insurance Corporation (“Liberty Mutual”) alleging that it breached the duty of good faith and fair dealing by denying its client’s workers’ compensation claim. Liberty Mutual was responsible for handling the payment of necessary income and medical benefits after a 2012 work injury to its client’s lumbar […]

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Workers’ Compensation Bad Faith

Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit against Travelers Indemnity Company (“Travelers”) and its adjusters for the wrongful denial of its client’s workers’ compensation claim in violation of the duty of good faith and fair dealing. Following a work injury, the duty of good faith and fair dealing requires an insurance company to conduct a […]

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