Mr. Doyle has exclusively represented insurance carriers and self-insured employers in the defense of workers’ compensation claims throughout the State of Texas for over twenty-five years. He is board certified in workers’ compensation law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. His area of practice is primarily workers’ compensation. He aggressively represents clients in all Texas jurisdictions. He also specializes in recovering client’s funds from the Texas Subsequent Injury Fund. He has extensive experience in all phases of dispute resolution before the Division of Workers’ Compensation where he has handled thousands of hearings. He is certified by the Texas Department of Insurance as a continuing education provider and provides continuing education presentations
regarding workers’ compensation matters.

Bar Admissions
State Bar of Texas (1995)
United States District Court – Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas

Board Certification
Workers’ Compensation Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization (since

Texas A&M University School of Law, J.D., Order of the Barristers
Texas State University, B.B.A., Magna Cum Laude

Professional Affiliations
Workers’ Compensation Section of the State Bar of Texas
Dallas Bar Association
Dallas Claims Association
Texas Rising Star Super Lawyer 2011

Lectures and Publications
Update on Appeals Panel Decisions, Designated Doctor Exams, and the
Subsequent Injury Fund, 2021
Workers’ Compensation Documents for Texas Employers, 2019
New BRC Rules, Caselaw and Appeals Panel Update, 2010
The Nuts and Bolts of Workers’ Comp Law and Managing Claims in
Texas, 2010
Supplemental Income Benefit Rule Changes, 2009
Reimbursement of Voluntary Employer Payment to Injured Workers, 2009
Compensability Issues and Claim Disputes, 2008
Workers’ Compensation Documentation for Texas Employers, 2008
Disability Management, 2007
Workers’ Compensation Legislative Update, 2007
New Rules for DDs, RMEs and Peer Reviews, 2007
Avoiding Liability for Pre-Existing Injuries, 2006
A Practical Guide to Workers’ Compensation Subrogation, 2006
The Relationship Between Workers’ Compensation, ADA and FMLA, 2006
Changes to Workers’ Compensation by House Bill 7, 2005