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Man seeks damages from fall in Subway bathroom

NEW ORLEANS – A man is seeking damages, claiming that he was caused to slip and fall in a bathroom.

Couple claims car was struck in Tire Kingdom parking lot

GRETNA – Two individuals claim the car they were in was struck at a Tire Kingdom.

Man alleges he is disabled because of PTSD, claims benefits were wrongfully terminated

NEW ORLEANS – A former employee of D&S Marine Services alleges that he is still disabled and that his benefits were wrongfully terminated.

Paving contractor is suing tools manufacturers for alleged design defect

NEW ORLEANS – A St. Tammany Parish paving contractor alleges he suffered injuries to his hand when a grinding wheel he was using broke apart.

Man alleges Hartford Life and Accident Insurance wrongfully terminated benefits

NEW ORLEANS – A New Orleans man alleges his disability benefits were unlawfully terminated after he received a kidney transplant.

Tulane grad, Alabama judge being considered as Scalia replacement

WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald Trump has confirmed that he will choose one of the names on his previously announced “shortlist” of 11 judges to replace U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who died last February, which includes a judge from the South. 

Louisiana firm allegedly fails to see promised savings, moves to cancel Tangoe contract

LAFAYETTE – An Iberia Parish firm is suing Connecticut-based Tangoe Inc. for cancellation of a master service agreement between the two companies that was supposed to save more than $100,000 per year.

Dispute over deceased man’s policy brings Hartford Life, beneficiaries to court

BATON ROUGE – Connecticut-based Hartford Life Insurance is seeking a Louisiana court’s determination of the correct beneficiary of a policy covering a deceased man.

Total Homecare, Bedside Homecare face lawsuit over allegations of underpayment

LAFAYETTE – A Lafayette Parish woman is suing Total Homecare Services and Bedside Homecare to recover allegedly unpaid overtime wages.

National Roofers Union accuses Ascension Sheet Metal of defrauding labor fund

BATON ROUGE – A national labor union for roofers and its pension fund is suing Gonzales-based Ascension Sheet Metal, alleging its owners formed another company to avoid being bound by a collective bargaining agreement.