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Credit Acceptance Corporation is seeking more than $22,000

A credit corporation is seeking over $22,000.

Credit corporation seeks damages for alleged breach of contract

NEW ORLEANS – A credit corporation claims a customer breached her contract.

Finance company seeks over $20,000 in lawsuit

GRETNA – A financial company claims it is owed more than $20,000.

Man claims XG Security Services terminated in him retaliation, files class action

NEW ORLEANS – A former field technician has filed a class-action lawsuit against a software company over allegations that he was not paid the appropriate rate for overtime work.

Woman alleges Chevrolet vehicle's seat warmers caused second-degree burns

LAFAYETTE – An Arkansas consumer alleges she was severely burned by seat warmers in a Chevrolet vehicle.

Consumer alleges Mustang she purchased had defects

NEW ORLEANS – A New Orleans woman is seeking rescission of the sales contract of a Ford Mustang.

Oral arguments begin in Ridgeway appeal against Stryker

CINCINNATI — Oral arguments have begun before an appeals court in the case of Stryker vs. Christopher Ridgeway, a former sales representative scheduled to appeal his $750,000 loss in a lawsuit.

Consumer alleges Ford F-250 truck is defective, seeks rescission of sales contract

NEW ORLEANS – A consumer claims a Ford truck he purchased has the "death wobble" vibration defect and has been out of service for more than 72 days.

Chris' Law Care Service LLC, owner seeks rescission of allegedly defective Ford van

NEW ORLEANS – A business owner alleges a van he purchased for his company is defective.

Banana workers fight for right to appear in court after alleged chemical exposure

NEW ORLEANS – Several lawsuits that have been filed by a group of Latin American banana plantation workers regarding their exposure to alleged harmful chemicals has been upheld after a variety of dismissals in other courts.

Woman claims defects in Ford Explorer caused it to flip in accident

NEW ORLEANS – A mother is seeking damages for the injuries she and her children sustained in an accident that she claims stems from a defective Ford Explorer.

Bus buyers claim $300K vehicle from Tiffin Motor Homes was defective

NEW ORLEANS – A Louisiana couple say a bus they purchased from Tiffin Motor Homes was defective, and seeks to cancel the sales contract under Louisiana redhibition laws.

Buyer of GM SUV seeks rescission of sales contract

NEW ORLEANS – A Louisiana man who bought an SUV from Capitol Buick is seeking cancellation of the sales contract over alleged defects in materials and workmanship.

Ford Motor Co. petitions to move liability case from city court to Western District Court

ALEXANDRIA – Ford Motor Co., defendant in a dispute involving insurance, is petitioning to move the case from Pineville City Court for the Parish of Rapides to the Western District Court of Louisiana, Alexandria Division.

Barge worker blames Crosby Tuggs for workplace injuries

NEW ORLEANS – A Louisiana barge worker says unsafe conditions aboard a vessel owned by Crosby Tuggs caused his on-the-job injuries during rough seas.