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Supreme Court Rejects Spectraseis Final Appeal, Case Now Heads Back To Trial Court

The Supreme Court of Texas recently denied Spectraseis’ petition for review, rejecting Spectraseis’ demand that it could evade all responsibility for injuries sustained by a UK resident, Chris Mulgrew, while working on a Spectraseis project in Canada. Mr. Mulgrew was working on a Spectraseis-managed seismic survey project in Saskatchewan, Canada. Spectraseis utilized a number of […]

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Doyle Files Commercial Property Suit Against Nationwide Property and Casualty For Breach of Contract, Fraud, and Insurance Bad Faith

Doyle LLP has filed suit against Nationwide Property and Casualty (“Nationwide”) and its assigned claims adjuster for multiple violations of the Texas Insurance Code and related laws protecting consumers against fraud and other deceptive business practices. Our client owns a wholesale distribution store and purchased insurance from Nationwide whereby the company agreed to provide coverage […]

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Attorneys Patrick Dennis, and Mike Doyle Receive Top Lawyer Awards

We are pleased to announce that Attorneys Patrick Dennis, and Mike Doyle for being recognized as Top Lawyers of 2014 by Houstonia Magazine! Houstonia uses Avvo’s proprietary algorithm which rates all attorneys on a 10-point scale, factoring in peer endorsements as well as litigation experience, education, specialized training, speaking, publishing, and awards. Each year Houstonia […]

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Two Workers Injured in Flash Fire

Plant explosions may seem like they happen out of the blue, but there is always an underlying reason. Usually that reason can be traced back to a safety protocol that wasn’t followed. When an explosion happens, investigators must determine whether or not the problem was caused by the worker or by some other party. The […]

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Hyde Park Worker Injured in Scaffolding Collapse

Scaffolding is a common site at construction yards. It is also a prime source for construction injuries. According to OSHA, 54 workers were killed in scaffolding accidents in 2009. The Bureau of Labor and Statistics also says that 72% of injuries are due to the planking giving way, the employee slipping, or an object falling […]

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Congratulations To Attorneys Mike Doyle For Best Lawyer Awards!

Doyle LLP proudly recognizes founding partners Mike Doyle upon receiving recognition from the most respected peer-review publications in the legal profession. Best Lawyers awarded Attorney Mike Doyle Best Attorney in Texas for this year and Best Lawyers of America awarded Attorney Mike Doyle in the practice areas of Admiralty and Maritime Law, Plaintiff Personal Injury […]

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Doyle LLP Carves Paths Of Relief Against Insurers and TPA’s For Worker’s Compensation Bad Faith Actions in Arizona

The JDSupra Business Advisor released an article highlighting the legal theories our attorneys’ designed to hold both a worker’s compensation insurer and its Third Party Administrator (“TPA”) liable for improper claims processions actions. In growing fashion, insurance companies “outsource” claims processing to TPAs in order to underwrite risks but still benefit from a TPA’s profit-driven […]

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Doyle Sues Indemnity Insurance and Gallagher Bassett for Insurance Bad Faith In Arizona

Doyle LLP has initiated suit against Indemnity Insurance  (“Indemnity”), Gallagher Bassett Claims, Inc. (“Gallagher”), and the assigned claims adjuster for defendants combined efforts in wrongfully processing plaintiff’s claim for workers’ compensation benefits following his at-work injury.   Plaintiff, a hardworking driver for Waste Management Inc., was carrying a heavy hose to and from sanitation sites […]

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Doyle Sues Truesdell Corporation and Salt River Project For Breaches In Safety That Lead To Plaintiff’s Injuries At The Horse Mesa Dam in Arizona

Doyle LLP has filed suit against Truesdell Corporation (“Truesdell”) and Salt River Project Agricultural Improvement And Power District (“SRP”) for negligent acts and omissions  during reconstruction to portions of the Horse Mesa dam.   Our client was an employee of Safway, a subcontractor assigned to construct system scaffolding between a exterior staircase and elevator at […]

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The Division of Texas Workers’ Compensation Has Not Been Charting The Race Of Applicants As Required

The Texas Tribune recently released an article inquiring into what could be systematic discrimination from insurance companies against minorities attempting to obtain workers’ compensation benefits. The article focuses on a case handled by an Austin Lawyer who became convinced his client was treated unjustly due to the color of his skin. This caused the lawyer […]

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