The Newsletter Bringing the Legal System to Light
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
By Carrie Bradon |
Nov 10, 2016
GRETNA – An East Baton Rouge Parish resident is alleged to owe more than $17,000 on an auto loan.
GRETNA – A linen rental company is seeking damages for an alleged breach of contract.
GRETNA – A woman claims that she was attacked by a co-worker and terminated.
GRETNA – A couple alleges their son was injured on a rock climbing wall at a church fair.
GRETNA – A teacher alleges she was pushed and injured by her former employer's attorney when she was trying to collect a form.
By Carrie Bradon |
Nov 9, 2016
GRETNA – Parents are seeking damages over claims that the negligence of a school resulted in injuries to their minor child.
GRETNA – A Metairie property owner alleges a bank has failed to remove a mortgage after it was paid in full.
GRETNA – A limited liability company is seeking damages on an allegedly open account from a Jefferson Parish man.
GRETNA – A woman claims that she was caused to fall while shopping at a Walmart.
GRETNA – A man claims that a shoring corporation failed to complete the work it was paid to do in a satisfactory manner.
NEW ORLEANS – Northwestern State University is seeking damages over claims that a student failed to pay for attending.
NEW ORLEANS – American Express Centurion Bank is seeking damages for an allegedly open account.
NEW ORLEANS – The sheriff of Orleans Parish is seeking damages for more than $2 million in relation to a construction project.
NEW ORLEANS – A hospital is seeking damages for an alleged breach of contract.
NEW ORLEANS – A couple claims that a faulty shower resulted in a woman's injuries.
NEW ORLEANS – A man claims that he was caused injury in a McDonald's.
NEW ORLEANS – A community college is seeking damages over claims that a student failed to pay for attending.
NEW ORLEANS – A construction company alleges it was not paid for work completed on a New Orleans project.
NEW ORLEANS – A man claims that his banking accounts were drained while he was incarcerated by an Orleans Parish woman.
NEW ORLEANS – Capital One is seeking more than $46,000 for an allegedly unpaid line of credit.