Doyle Files Workers’ Compensation Bad Faith Suit Against AIG, Gallagher Bassett

Doyle Raizer filed a workers’ compensation insurance bad faith lawsuit on June 13, 2011, against AIG/Chartis Insurer New Hampshire Insurance Company/American Home Assurance Company (AIG) and its adjuster. The suit was filed on behalf of an employee who was injured while working on the job in November 2010. Despite knowing of their obligation under the law to take care of the injured employee, AIG completely denied the claim. As a result, the injured employee was left without the medical care and income benefits AIG owed her under the law until winning her case at a hearing in front of the Texas Department of Insurance, Division of Workers’ Compensation.

Doyle stands with the injured employee in her continuing fight against AIG and its adjuster for their knowing violations of the law.