Auto insurance rates are dropping across Louisiana, a recent announcement from the insurance commissioner states, but the decreases are unrelated to the need for reform, much to the dismay of certain groups.
The state of Louisiana has been battling record-high insurance costs for years, costing both individuals and larger entities dearly; it is not for lack of trying, however, that these insurance costs refuse to come down.
Lana Venable of the Louisiana Lawsuit Abuse Watch commented on an article in The Advocate which points to trial lawyers and insurers as driving forces in high auto insurance rates - because the two feed one another.
NEW ORLEANS — The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana has ruled that a reduction of attorneys’ fees is merited in the case of a woman suing a sheriff for his alleged discrimination against her for her disability.
NEW ORLEANS — A U.S. district court has dismissed a healthcare company's contention that parties in a lawsuit filed against New Orleans Regional Physician Hospital Organization Inc., et al, are completely diverse.
NEW ORLEANS – Failure to pass legislation that would have reformed auto insurance rates in Louisiana - which are among the highest in the country - is frustrating to a policy organization that had advocated for reform.