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Monthly Archives: June 2011
A Louisiana boat owner is suing the law firm of Lugenbuhl, Wheaton, Peck, Rankin & Hubbard, claiming negligence after the firm allegedly failed to keep the boat owner from having to pay a $3 million verdict. Read More
Following an April collision with a tractor-trailer in Slidell, Amtrak has filed a lawsuit that claims the tractor-trailer driver was negligent and is responsible for more than $2.5 million in damages to its train. Read More
A lawsuit filed in Orleans Parish Civil District Court seeks class action status against insurer American Home Shield Corporation, which has allegedly failed to pay out policy claims to its clients. New Orleans attorney Michael Riley filed the petition for … Read More
A St. James Parish couple has filed a lawsuit against Kansas City Southern Railway Co. for trespassing onto their property after they discovered the railroad company was placing creosote crossties on their property. Howard Ramagos and Delores Ramagos filed suit … Read More
Harrah’s Casino has filed a lawsuit in Orleans Parish Civil District Court against a man it says owes the company $4,500 from 2009. Read More
The lead plaintiff lawyer who filed a 148-page federal racketeering suit was sanctioned as recently as 2009 for “abuse of the judicial process” for a similar lawsuit and appeal. Read More
A Jefferson haunted house visitor who allegedly suffered an eye injury when an employee shot her with an air gun is suing The House of Shock.
A Louisiana company that provides medical laboratory testing services for physicians and hospitals is being sued for allegedly violating the civil rights of an employee who complained about a supervisor’s racial remarks. James Litomisky filed suit against Laboratory Corp. of … Read More
Protecting our environment is an important topic for Louisianans. After all, what is a Sportsman’s Paradise without the paradise? This is what makes the delays in the cleanup of Louisiana’s “legacy” oilfield sites so disturbing. It appears that a few … Read More
BP Plaintiff Steering Committee having trouble with responses: ‘Authority’ is ‘vague’ and ‘ambiguous’
NEW ORLEANS – Lawyers leading litigation over the Deepwater Horizon explosion can’t wriggle out of answers to sharp questions, U.S. Magistrate Judge Sally Shushan decided on June 24. Read More