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KEOGH COX: Creating Obstacles to Frivolous Claims

By Press release submission | Aug 28, 2018

The costs of litigation can be substantial, but a seldom used statute arms defendants with a tool to minimize these costs.

Man sued for over $14K after driving friend’s car into home, suit says

By Louisiana Record reports | Jun 20, 2014

GRETNA – A man who was driving a friend’s car that he allegedly crashed into a home is being sued by the home's insurer.

Man claims industrial accident resulted in severe burns

By Kyle Barnett | Jan 9, 2012

Wolff An Ascension Parish man is suing a fertilizer company for burns he claims to have suffered while working as a contractor.

Woman claims she was fired after reporting sexual harassment

By Michelle Keahey | May 23, 2011

Whitlow A former employee of ERA Helicopters claims she was fired after reporting that male co-workers subjected her to a hostile work environment through sexually suggestive comments and inappropriate touching.

Class action filed against Domino's over text ads

By Michelle Massey | Jan 7, 2011

Wolff A recently filed class action lawsuit claims that Domino's Pizza has violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by its marketing and advertising campaigns that used text messages.

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