Property Damage – Insurance Bad Faith

Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers has filed suit against Atlantic Specialty Insurance Company, One Beacon Insurance, and Vericlaim, Inc. for breach of contract, breach of the duty of good faith and fair dealing, violation of the Texas Insurance Code – Unfair Claim Settlement Practices Act, violation of the Prompt Payment Act, violation of the Deceptive Trade […]

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Property Insurance Lawsuit for Church Remanded to State Court After Improper Federal Court Removal by State Farm

Our client, a church congregation, filed a claim of loss with State Farm Lloyds (“State Farm”), after  a wind and hail storm caused extensive damages to their church. The roof, windows, support screens, fellowship hall, baptismal, and class rooms, were all severely impacted by the hail storm that devastated Wharton County during January of last […]

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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 […]

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Doyle to Sponsor Indo-American Community Event in Phoenix, Arizona

Doyle will sponsor a community event for the Indo-American Cultural & Religious Foundation of Arizons on Friday, November 11, 2011. Doyle is proud to sponsor this fundraiser for the community, which will take place at the Fundation Community Center for the Indo-American Cultural & Religious Foundation of Arizona, 2809 W. Maryland Ave., Phoenix, Arizona. Further […]

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On the Heels of the San Bruno Explosion: Insurance Claims

The San Bruno, California, pipeline explosion on September 9 calls into question several issues that are beginning to get attention from relevant experts and the media. These issues range from whether a similar pipeline explosion could happen in other neighborhoods across the country; whether it is safe for pipelines to run underneath homes; and the […]

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