Bringing the legal system to light.
Bringing the legal system to light. Our weekly newsletter sheds light on the lawsuits, people, and organizations that continually clog the legal system in Louisiana.
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NEW ORLEANS – An Orleans Parish man alleges a ferryboat is not accessible to those that require wheelchairs.
NEW ORLEANS – A Mandeville man formerly employed as an office manager alleges his application for long-term disability benefits was wrongfully denied.
ALEXANDRIA – Two Ascension Parish residents are seeking the rescission of a travel trailer they allege is defective.
LAFAYETTE — A nonprofit organization based in Sterlington alleges its First and 14th Amendment rights were violated when it was prohibited from participating in a Christmas parade with a Confederate flag.
NEW ORLEANS – An African-American male alleges he was subjected to hostile work environment as a delivery driver.
LAFAYETTE – A clinic coordinator for a Lafayette facility alleges she was terminated because of her back problems.
EW ORLEANS – A New Orleans factoring business has filed a suit against a Baton Rouge corporation alleging it has an outstanding balance that remains unpaid.
NEW ORLEANS – A Houma company alleges a former long-time employee residing in California has breached an employment contract.
SHREVEPORT – A California-based financial institution alleges two Claiborne Parish residents were guarantors for a loan that has not been paid in full and seeks the remaining balance.
BATON ROUGE – A former employee alleges an East Baton Rouge Parish commercial pressure washing company did not properly compensate him for all hours he worked.
NEW ORLEANS — A Tennessee man is suing a maritime company, alleging negligence in providing an unsafe work environment that led to injuries for the plaintiff.
NEW ORLEANS — A ship owner is suing a shipping company, alleging it owes more than $1 million for breach of contract.
BATON ROUGE — MCI Communications is suing a street construction company, alleging they negligently severed the plaintiff's fiber-optic cable.
NEW ORLEANS — A Vidalia man is suing ship owners, alleging negligence in not providing safety precautions in rough seas.
MONROE — A Union Parish man is suing local law enforcement officials, alleging assault, abuse and failure to protect.
NEW ORLEANS — A financing company is suing a Louisiana trucking company, alleging failure to pay more than $481,000.
NEW ORLEANS — A patient is suing the manufacturer of a prosthesis, alleging violation of consumer protection statutes.
NEW ORLEANS — A Louisiana man is suing an offshore drilling company, alleging its negligence led to the plaintiff sustaining injuries.
BATON ROUGE — An inmate is suing correctional officers at a St. Gabriel prison, alleging they caused him severe injuries.
BATON ROUGE — An East Baton Rouge Parish man is suing a Baton Rouge construction company, alleging failure to pay legally mandated overtime wages.