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Doyle Dennis LLP Files Arizona Bad Faith Insurance Lawsuit Against Travelers Indemnity Company

Doyle Dennis LLP recently filed suit against Travelers Indemnity Company and Traveler’s insurance adjuster. The lawsuit, alleging breach of the duty of good faith and fair dealing, loss of consortium, and aiding and abetting, was filed in Maricopa County, Arizona on behalf of Doyle Dennis LLP’s clients. The firm will now work on behalf of the clients in order to get the justice they deserve.  

One of the two clients involved in the lawsuit sustained injuries at work. Specifically, he sustained injuries to his right knee and fibula, right clavicle, right hip, bilateral shoulders, lumbar spine, and suffered a traumatic brain injury. As a result of the serious injuries, the client’s marriage changed drastically. For example, due to the severity of the client’s injuries, the client requires care for approximately 10-16 hours per day. As a result of the serious injuries, the client requires significant assistance from his wife in managing everyday tasks. For example, his wife helps manage his medications, helps to communicate with medical providers because of memory issues, prepares his meals, provides companionship, transports the client to and from his medical appointments, attends her husband’s medical appointments, cleans his prosthesis, monitors the client, and completes nearly all the household chores to keep a sterile home environment because of the infection risk. After the client sustained on-the-job injuries, he sought to receive workers’ compensation benefits, including compensation for the palliative care provided by his wife. Unfortunately, Travelers Indemnity Company and Traveler’s insurance adjuster delayed and denied the requests for benefits. Thus, Doyle Dennis LLP is representing both individuals in the bad faith insurance lawsuit against Travelers Indemnity Company and Traveler’s insurance adjuster.

Doyle Dennis LLP has significant experience in representing workers who have been targeted, interfered with, or fell victim to bad faith insurance dealings in Arizona. If you have been targeted, defamed, wrongfully terminated, interfered with, or dealt with a bad faith insurance company or adjuster, call Doyle Dennis LLP today for a free consultation.  

Doyle Dennis LLP Files Suit Against Spheric Assurance Company, Ltd., and Global Insurance Group Holding Company Inc.

Doyle Dennis LLP recently filed suit against two defendants, Spheric Assurance Company, Ltd., and Global Insurance Group Holding Company, Inc.

Doyle Dennis LLP’s client was insured by the insurance company’s policy. The client purchased a policy to insure and protect his boat in the event the boat suffered damage. Unfortunately, on or about August 20, 2022, a fire started in the engine room. The vessel was not in navigation but was anchored. As a result of the fire, Doyle Dennis LLP’s client vessel sank. The client filed a claim with Spheric in San Antonio, Texas, for coverage. Without conducting a proper investigation, the defendants improperly denied coverage of the client’s claim. This was in direct violation of the Texas Insurance Code section 541.060 (a)(2)(A) (formerly Art. 21.21 §4(10)(ii)).   In addition, the defendants failed to timely request from the client any additional items, statements, or forms that the defendants reasonably believed to be required from our client, which is in direct violation of Texas Insurance Code section 542.055 (a)(2)-(3).

The attorneys at Doyle Dennis LLP have dealt with countless insurance companies committing bad faith, failing to pay out claims, and letting claimants suffer. For example, in Stinson v. AIG, Doyle Dennis LLP’s client received a $1.7 million judgment in a similar lawsuit. If you or a loved one has reason to believe they have suffered from an injury or dealt with insurance companies acting in bad faith, please call our office for a FREE CONSULTATION TODAY.

Doyle Dennis LLP Sues Rise Communities LLC, GR-M1, LTD., Meridiana Community Association, Inc.

Doyle Dennis LLP recently filed suit against three defendants Rise Communities LLC, GR-M1, LTD., and Meridiana Community Association, INC., in Harris County, Texas.

Doyle Dennis LLP’s client seeks to hold Rise Communities accountable for its actions related to failing to maintain its structure. In addition, Doyle Dennis LLP’s client seeks to hold Meridiana Community Association liable for its failure to warn, maintain, and protect against hazards and objects that could cause harm to users of their underpass. Lastly, Doyle Dennis LLP’s client seeks to hold GR-M1, LTD., a parent company for Rise Communities, liable for the direct negligence of its subpart. 

On or about June 3rd, 2022, Doyle Dennis LLP’s client was riding to work on his electric scooter. While taking his normal route into work, the client utilized the Defendant’s underpass, made specifically for children to bypass above traffic, but was violently thrown from his scooter when he came upon a hidden divot in the underpass. The client suffered a broken jaw and received several stiches in his chin.

Doyle Dennis LPP has significant experience in representing individuals who have been injured due to the negligence of large corporations. For example, in Lunford v. VLive Houston a premises liability dispute, the attorneys at Doyle Dennis LLP was awarded a $52.6 million judgment, including $47+ million in actual damages and $5 million in exemplary damages. If you or someone close to you has suffered an injury due to a company’s negligence, contact the lawyers at Doyle Dennis LLP for an evaluation of your potential claims.