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Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers vs. Art Heavy Haul, Inc. – Negligence

Personal Injury- Negligence Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit against Art Heavy Haul, Inc., R-C Pilot Cars, and J&M Pilot Cars arising from a January 2, 2015 motor vehicle collision. The suit alleges that Art Heavy Haul, Inc., R-C Pilot Cars, and J&M Pilot Cars were negligent in hauling an oversized load that resulted […]

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$1.1 Million Verdict Obtained by Doyle LLP for NC State Trooper Fired in Violation of Whistleblower Protection Act

On September 28, 2016, a Wake County Superior Court Jury (Raleigh, North Carolina) found that former North Carolina State Trooper Reginald Newberne had been wrongfully fired by the Department of Public Safety for reporting misconduct by other troopers implicated in the unjustified assault of a young man during an arrest and awarded compensatory damages of $1.9 million, including $700,000 in economic […]

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Is Your Insurer Acting in Bad Faith? Look for These Five Telltale Signs

  Insurance companies in the United States are required by law to act in good faith when resolving customer claims. If you have made a boat or home insurance claim and feel that your insurer is acting in bad faith, you may have a tort claim as well as a breach of contract suit. Here […]

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$9.6 Million Jones Act Verdict Upheld

Jones Act Lawyer

On April 28, 2016, the Houston Court of Appeals for the 1st District denied Diamond Offshore Services’ request for a rehearing en banc, choosing to uphold the decision by a three-judge panel that had previously affirmed the verdict for a Doyle LLP client against Diamond Offshore Services in July 2015. Willie David Williams is a […]

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Oil Rig/Overseas Injury – Personal Injury

Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit against Parker Drilling Management Services, Ltd. (“Parker Drilling”) and Exxon Mobil Corporation d/b/a Exxon Neftegas for negligent operations leading to a serious lumbar spine/low back and leg injury suffered by its client. At the time of the incident, Doyle LLP’s client was working for Parker Drilling on the […]

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Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit against AFLAC

Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit against AFLAC (American Family Life Assurance Company of Columbus) alleging breach of contract, violation of the duty of good faith and fair dealing, violation of the Texas Insurance Code, violation of the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act (DTPA), and fraud arising from the wrongful denial of disability benefits […]

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Personal Injury – FELA

Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit against Katoen Natie Gulf Coast, Inc. (“Katoen Natie”) for injuries suffered while working as a railroad employee, operating a locomotive. Doyle LLP’s Client was an employee of Katoen Natie, or, in the alternative Insperity, was injured in the course and scope of his employment on or about January […]

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Oil Rig/Overseas Injury – Personal Injury

Oil Rig Injury

Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit against Weatherford International, LLC (“Weatherford”) for negligent operations leading to a serious shoulder injury suffered by its client while working on an oil rig overseas. Due to the negligence of Weatherford, Doyle LLP’s Client suffered injuries on or about May 14, 2015, at an oil rig located in […]

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Wrongful Termination – Personal Injury

Wrongful Termination Lawyers Phoenix

Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit against Supply Network Inc. d/b/a Viking SupplyNet (“Viking SupplyNet”) for wrongful termination under Arizona law. Arizona law provides a cause of action for retaliatory termination to a worker injured on-the-job. Ariz. Rev. Stat. § 23-1501(3)(c)(iii). The suit was necessitated by Viking SupplyNet’s discriminatory misconduct and then retaliatory discharge […]

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Discouraging Doctors from Speaking Up Against Insurer Abuse of Their Patients: Dr. McConnell vs. Coventry

Discrimination

Getting fair treatment for a workers’ compensation injury is often a difficult process requiring many parties to consistently act in the best interest of the injured worker. The complicated relationship between doctors, patients, and insurance companies grew even more muddled following the ruling of a Texas appellate court last week. The Dallas appeals court affirmed […]

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