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Workers’ Compensation Lawsuit against Lowe’s Home Centers Sent Back to State Court

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A federal judge recently remanded Plaintiff’s case for retaliatory termination and workers compensation bad faith to Arizona State Court as the Federal Court lacked subject matter jurisdiction. Specifically, U.S.C. § 1445(c) provides; “A civil action in any State court arising under the workmen’s compensation laws of such State may not be removed to any district […]

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Doyle Sues BL Technology for Retaliation Against An Employee Following His Filing Of A Worker’s Comp Claim

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Doyle LLP has filed suit against BL Technology, Inc., (“BL Technology”) for wrongfully terminating Plaintiff in response to his filing for compensation benefits following an at-work injury. Our client, a loyal and hardworking field technician for BL Technology, fell and injured his spine while installing cameras at an oil plant in La Porte, Texas. The […]

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Lowe’s Home Centers, New Hampshire Insurance, and Sedgwick Claims Liable for Worker’s Comp Bad Faith Following At-Work Injury

Workers Compensation Attorney

Doyle LLP has filed lawsuit against Lowe’s Home Centers (“Lowe’s”), New Hampshire Insurance (“New Hampshire”), and Sedgwick Claims (“Sedgwick”) for violations of the Arizona Workers’ Compensation Act, duties of good faith and fair dealing, and wrongful termination from the workplace. Our client, a loyal and hard-working employee of Lowe’s, was descending a ladder after stocking […]

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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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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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Doyle Sues Krogers and Sedgwick Claims Management For Worker’s Comp Bad Faith Following Unlawful Claims Processing Actions

Doyle LLP has filed suit against Krogers and Sedgwick Claims Management Services, Inc., (“Sedgwick”) and its assigned claims adjuster for defendants wrongful acts in handling plaintiff’s claim for an on-the-job injury.   Our client, a devoted and diligent employee of a store owned by Krogers, was in the process of lifting a 50 pound container […]

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Judge Denies Hartford Ins. Co.’s Attempts to Escape Responsibility after Delaying Worker’s Compensation Benefits to Injured Worker

A federal judge recently denied Hartford Ins. Co. of the Midwest’s (“Hartford”s) multiple summary judgment motions designed to dismiss plaintiff’s suit for its wrongful denial of compensation benefits.  Other defendants include Gallagher Bassett (“Gallagher”) – Hartford’s third-party claims handler, and Gallagher’s claim representative assigned to plaintiff’s case file. Our client, a customer service representative for […]

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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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Doyle Sues AIG Insurance Company For Worker’s Comp Bad Faith Following Improper Claims Handling Actions

Doyle LLP has filed suit against AIG Insurance Company (“AIG”) and its assigned claims adjuster to collect damages following defendants’ wrongful acts in handling plaintiff’s claim for an on-the-job injury. Our client, a loyal and hard-working employee of Northrop Grumman Corporation, was adjusting a radar box when he twisted his back and experienced an immediate […]

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