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ACBL River Operations deckhand seeks $2 million for injuries allegedly sustained on job

NEW ORLEANS – A Jones Act seaman employed by a marine transportation business alleges he was injured while performing his duties as a deckhand near Vacherie.

Property owners allege Stonegate Mortgage has not offered proof of ownership of note

NEW ORLEANS – The owners of a Mandeville property allege that a mortgage company unlawfully did not disclose that it had a financial interest in a promissory note.

Call for reports and database follow racial profiling suit

NEW ORLEANS — A wrongful arrest lawsuit filed by a visiting professor and his teenage son has prompted calls for a database detailing the race of those arrested by police across Louisiana.

Louisiana State Police face lawsuit for alleged false arrest of black 18-year-old

NEW ORLEANS — Louisiana State Police's arrangement with the city of New Orleans permitting troopers to patrol the French Quarter is likely to come under scrutiny following the filing of a lawsuit by a university professor and his teenage son.

Woman alleges drug Actos caused bladder cancer

LAFAYETTE – A Washington state woman alleges she was injured by a prescription diabetes medication.

RV buyer accuses Gauthiers' RV Center of selling defective vehicle

BATON ROUGE – A Louisiana man is seeking cancellation of a sales contract for an allegedly defective RV he purchased from Gauthiers’ RV Center.

Couple accuse Keystone RV of breach of warranty

NEW ORLEANS – A Louisiana couple is suing Keystone RV and Dixie Motors, alleging they sold them a defective recreational vehicle and failed to repair it.

Hip replacement patient accuses Johnson & Johnson of faulty hardware

NEW ORLEANS – A Louisiana man says Johnson & Johnson, makers of the Pinnacle hip implant, and his surgeons are liable for alleged injuries he sustained from the device.

Couple accuses Forest River, Dixie Motors of selling leaking Leprechaun boat

NEW ORLEANS – A Louisiana couple say the approximately $60,000 recreational boat they purchased was defective in materials and workmanship and should have been repaired under warranty.

Mobile home buyers accuse Dixie Motors of breach of warranty

NEW ORLEANS – A Louisiana couple are suing the manufacturer and dealer of a motor home they bought, saying the $81,000 vehicle was defective in materials and workmanship.