Irpino A dozen cases related to deaths following Hurricane Katrina at a Mid-City hospital have already begun consolidating and a class certification date has been set in Orleans Parish Civil District Court.
Many Judges in Orleans Parish Civil District court will be closing their divisions early on account of the New Orleans Saints season opener Thursday.
Judge Herbert Cade will hear a defense motion in Orleans Parish Civil District Court on Sept. 10 in a slip and fall suit involving a taxi driver and a backpacker's hostel.
Rodney Judge Robin Giarusso heard three motions in a suit involving a 2003 school shooting in Orleans Parish Civil District Court on Sept. 7.
A laborer at a rock-crushing yard has filed a lawsuit claiming he was not paid all the wages he earned during his 19-day employment.
Food service employees for the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans have filed a collective lawsuit alleging they were not paid proper wages or overtime compensation.
Craig After learning he was exposed to asbestos more than 30 years ago, a Louisiana resident has filed a federal lawsuit claiming he fears developing cancer.
A Mississippi seaman has filed a lawsuit against the employer of a crane operator after the operator allegedly jerked a personnel transfer basket off a vessel's deck.
Miller A seaman filed a lawsuit under the Jones Act after he sustained serious injuries to his hand while working on an offshore drilling unit.
Wynne An Alabama resident has filed a lawsuit against his former employer after he was forced to work five hours on his hands and knees attempting to fix the floor of a vessel.
An Orleans Parish woman blames drug store employees for causing her to slip and fall.
After being arrested for driving while intoxicated and placed in a St. Charles jail cell, Ronnie Strange claims he was involuntarily injected with a foreign and dangerous substance in direct violation of his civil rights, Louisiana and federal law.
An Orleans Parish woman has filed a lawsuit after allegedly tripping over metal rods left behind after a payphone was removed.
A Texas man is suing the companies he says are to blame for an explosion that left him permanently injured.
A scheduling conference has been set for Oct. 7 in a suit between parties fighting over who has ownership of the term "Who Dat."
Larry Flynt's Hustler Club in the French Quarter is claiming that its neighbor, the Utopia Night Club, is threatening to closed down a fire alley in between the two buildings, thus forcing the city of New Orleans to revoke the strip club's license, according to documents filed in Orleans Parish Civil District Court.
Didriksen The owner of a consulting company is suing members of an Orleans Parish law firm for damages he may suffer if a previously-filed lawsuit is unsuccessful.
A mortgage servicing company is accusing an Iberia Parish woman of stealing insurance proceeds.
U.S. District Judge Eldon E. Fallon on Wednesday denied an injunction sought by plaintiffs suing a rival company for allegedly stealing Gulf oil-spill cleanup technology.
An Orleans Parish woman is asking to be reinstated as executor of her deceased husband's will.