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U.S. News Media Group and Best Lawyers® 2015 “Best Law Firms” Names Doyle LLP As Top Firm

U.S. News Media Group and Best Lawyers have released the 2015 “Best Law Firms” rankings naming Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers as personal injury “Best Law Firm”.

The third edition of these rankings features law firms given consistently impressive performance ratings by clients and peers. Achieving a high ranking is a special distinction that signals a unique combination of excellence and breadth of expertise.

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Doyle Announces New Phoenix Office Location

Doyle’s Phoenix office has moved to a new location. The new office is located at: 2633 East Indian School Road, Suite 320
Phoenix, AZ  85016.

The Phoenix office focuses on property insurance, personal injury, workers’ comp bad faith and insurance bad faith. In response to the rising problem of insurance bad faith activity in Phoenix and across Arizona, Doyle has opened a Phoenix office in order to assist residents of Arizona who have been affected by insurance misconduct.

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Happy Veterans Day

On this Veteran’s Day, Doyle thanks the men and women whose service and sacrifice has made our nation great and made it free.  Our firm is honored to represent so many veterans and military families in their time of need, and is committed to protecting them from those who would dishonor and disrespect their service to make a profit.

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Post KBR Trial and Verdict Update

After several weeks of an informal, partial gag order entered at the request of KBR shortly before the verdict was delivered, we are now able to comment more fully on the verdict, the full facts of the case, and other developments in the fight for the Qarmat Ali veterans.  As was widely reported, on November 2, 2012, an Oregon jury unanimously returned an $85 million verdict in favor of the plaintiffs in the first lawsuit  for KBR’s misconduct at Qarmat Ali.  This first trial pitted 12 US National Guard veterans against defense contractor KBR, and the twelve jurors not only found KBR liable for negligence in causing harm to these men, but also confirmed by “clear and convincing evidence” that KBR was guilty of “reckless and outrageous indifference to a highly unreasonable risk of harm and conscious indifference to the health, safety, and welfare” of our troops.

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