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Whiting, Indiana Experiences Another Refinery Explosion

Last month there was an explosion at a BP refinery in Whiting, Indiana. Fortunately, in this case there was only minor problems. The fire was put out in a couple hours and only one person had to be taken to the hospital. It was done as a precaution and he was later released. They were […]

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Have you been involved in a jackknifing trucking accident?

Jackknifing accidents can cause massive property damage, injuries, and loss of life. At a minimum, they cause traffic to back up for hours. That was the case in an accident a few weeks ago in Bellaire. Two rigs were involved in a jackknifing accident on the 610 West Loop. One of the rigs was carrying […]

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Have you been involved in a jackknifing trucking accident?

Jackknifing accidents can cause massive property damage, injuries, and loss of life. At a minimum, they cause traffic to back up for hours. That was the case in an accident a few weeks ago in Bellaire. Two rigs were involved in a jackknifing accident on the 610 West Loop. One of the rigs was carrying […]

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Doyle Introduces New Burn Pit Resources

Doyle LLP is pleased to announce new resources for military members and their families to provide information about burn pit exposure. From 2003 to 2013, thousands of military members were exposed to toxic materials burned on military bases with serious health consequences. What’s the Background on Burn Pit Litigation? Government contractors including Halliburton and KBR […]

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A Broken Family’s Fight Against Ace American Insurance

The Texas Tribune has published an article highlighting a window’s struggle against Ace American Insurance Company (“ACE”) for worker’s compensation benefits following her husband’s death. Crystal Davis’ fight for her family’s future began amidst tragedy. While heading to the grocery store she received the message every mother or wife dreads, “Can you come home, something […]

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Wrongful Termination Lawsuit Filed against Gerdau Ameristeel by Doyle LLP

Wrongful Termination Lawyers Phoenix

Doyle LLP has filed a wrongful termination suit against Gerdau Ameristeel US, Inc., (“Gerdau”), after he was fired in retaliation for filing a workers compensation claim. Our client, a loyal and diligent employee of Gerdau, was engaging in unloading a shipment of iron beams from a mechanical forklift when he felt a pull and pop […]

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Doyle Files Longshore Maritime Action against Edison Chouest Offshore and Chevron USA

Doyle LLP has filed a general maritime lawsuit against Edison Chouest Offshore (“Edison Chouest”) and Chevron USA, Inc. (“Chevron”), after our client suffered an electrocution while at work.  Suit is filed under the Longshore and Harbor Worker’s Compensation Act, a federal workers’ compensation program that covers injuries which take place in areas adjacent to navigable […]

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West Explosion Offers Look into American Workers’ Dangerous Work Conditions

Salon.com published a story addressing the dangerous work conditions millions of Americans endure every day. The article states the government documents 4,500 workplace deaths every year at a cost of $250 billion. Texas hosts “the nation’s highest number of workplace fatalities”. West, Texas being the location of a catastrophic explosion is not happenstance. Texas promotes […]

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NPR Releases Online Series Examining the Dangers of the Texas Construction Industry

NPR released two articles this past week examining the dangers of the Texas construction industry and the too-common practices that often lead to wage theft, poor work conditions and injuries. Commercial construction and homebuilding are staples of the state’s economy. Years of illegal immigration have driven down wages of construction workers. The economic crash of […]

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Doyle Files Negligence Suit on Behalf of Worker Injured on Grounded Vessel off Coast of Chile

Negligence Lawsuit

Doyle has filed a negligence lawsuit against T&T Marine Salvage and Titan Maritime on behalf of a worker who was thrown 30 feet in the air and dropped on the beach landing on his back. The plaintiff was an employee of T&T Salvage in Texas and the company sent him to Chile to work on […]

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