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Doyle LLP Vs. Michael McCreery d/b/a B-Mac Company: Wrongful Termination

Texas employers often tell their employees that they are working “at will” as a means to suggest Texas employers are free at any time to take any action against an employee, including firing them. However, Texas law has various protections for injured workers, including Texas Labor Code, Section 451.001. The protections and legal analysis of […]

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Doyle LLP Vs. Republic Manufacturing Group INC. d/b/a Republic Bag Co. and Alpha Industries Management Inc. d/b/a Republic Bag Co: Wrongful Termination

Doyle LLP filed suit in August of 2020 in Harris County District Court under the Texas Labor Code against Republic Manufacturing Group INC. d/b/a Republic Bag Co. and Alpha Industries Management Inc. d/b/a Republic Bag Co. The suit alleges that Republic Bag Co. retaliated with discrimination against Doyle LLP’s client and then fired her after […]

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Doyle LLP Vs. Certified Pipe Service Houston, Inc: Wrongful Termination

Doyle LLP’s lawyers have dedicated decades of their legal careers developing and honing their skills to protect injured workers throughout the United States. This also includes their vast experience with workers from Arizona, Texas and the whole Gulf Coast. Texas law provides specific protections to injured workers who suffer from retaliation, termination, or firing by […]

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Doyle LLP Vs. Praetorian Insurance Company and Sedgwick Claims Management Services Inc

In July 2020, Doyle LLP filed suit against Praetorian Insurance Company and Sedgwick Claims Management Services Inc. on behalf of the wife of a deceased worker. She has been the victim of bad faith handling of her workers’ compensation claim with regard to her husband’s death.  The suit, which was filed in the United States […]

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Doyle LLP Vs. American Zurich Insurance Company and Sedgwick Claims Management Services, Inc. for bad faith insurance claim handling.

Doyle LLP has filed suit against American Zurich Insurance Company and Sedgwick Claims Management Services, Inc. for bad faith insurance claim handling.  The suit, which is pending in the United States District Court of Arizona, Phoenix Division, alleges that American Zurich violated the duty of good faith and fair dealing and that Sedgwick Claims and […]

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Doyle LLP Vs. Ace American Insurance Company, Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc., and their adjusters

Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed an insurance bad faith suit under Arizona law in Maricopa County Superior Court against Ace American Insurance Company, Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc., and their adjusters. The suit arises from Ace American and Gallagher Bassett’s wrongful handling of the Plaintiff’s workers’ compensation claim.  After a work injury at FedEx in […]

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Doyle LLP has filed suit on behalf of a Texas doctor against Baylor Scott & White Health

Doyle LLP has filed suit on behalf of a Texas doctor against Baylor Scott & White Health alleging breach of contract, violations of the Texas Health and Safety Code, for his wrongful termination by the hospital system.  The suit was filed in Dallas County District Court, in Dallas, Texas. In the suit, Doyle LLP has […]

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Attorney for slain couple accuses Houston officials of not being transparent on botched Harding Street drug raid

Relatives of a woman killed in a botched police raid in January accused Houston city officials in a court filing this week of slow-walking the legal process in order to avoid a deeper investigation and to stymie the family’s efforts to sue. The move came months after Mike Doyle, an attorney for the family of […]

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Houston police union no longer paying legal bills of ex-officer facing murder charge in botched drug raid

The Houston Police Officers Union is no longer paying for the legal representation of a former narcotics officer charged with felony murder in connection with a botched drug raid that left two people dead earlier this year. Union officials on Tuesday confirmed the organization decided last week to stop paying the legal fees for the former police […]

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Texas appeals court affirms $6.4 million verdict against Memorial Hermann

Source: Houston Chronicle An appeals court upheld a Harris County upheld jury verdict awarding a $6.4 million in damages to a well-regarded Houston heart surgeon who successfully claimed that Memorial Hermann Health System defamed his reputation in an effort to protect its business from other hospitals and competitors. In a case closely watched in the […]

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