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Carruth Brothers Lumber Company Inc. claims that it is owed over $80,000

A company claims that it is owed more than $80,000.

Man claims that AMC movie theater failed to prevent him from falling from allegedly malfunctioning post

A man claims that he was injured at an AMC movie theater.

Eastern District of Louisiana certifies class action over judge's bond-setting practices

The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana has certified a class-action motion filed March 16 against an Orleans Parish Criminal District Court judge over the amount of money set for bail.

A woman is seeking damages after allegedly slipping and falling at Clearview Mall

A woman claims that she was injured when she allegedly slipped and fell at a mall.

Louisiana coffee importer loses bid to collect on $2.6 million debt

ST. LOUIS — U.S. District Judge Jean Hamilton of the Eastern District of Missouri has dismissed a counterclaim against Ronnoco Coffee LLC and MidAmerica Roasterie by a Louisiana coffee importer.

Lawsuit claims woman fell in McDonald's restroom

GRETNA – A woman claims she was caused to slip and fall in a bathroom at a McDonald's in Gretna.

Appeals court rules against BP, confirms Murphy Oil's $58.4 million settlement award

NEW ORLEANS – BP Exploration & Production Inc. has lost its appeal against Murphy Oil USA to recover $58.4 million in an award settlement as part of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill lawsuit.

Hammond Applebee's patron alleges greasy floor caused fall

BATON ROUGE – A Texas man alleges he was injured at a Hammond restaurant because of the wet and greasy condition of the restroom floor.

Louisiana Sheriffs' Pension & Relief Fund named lead plaintiff in Centene securities class-action suit

A Louisiana pension fund for the state's sheriffs has been named lead plaintiff in a putative class action against a Missouri-based healthcare company over allegations of securities violations.

Couple alleges Monsanto Co. failed to warn about risks of Roundup use

NEW ORLEANS – A Covington couple alleges that the wife was diagnosed with cancer because of exposure to a glyphosate-based herbicide.

Autistic child's wrongful death suit heads to court

MARKSVILLE – The family of Jeremy Mardis has filed a civil lawsuit against Marksville, Avoyelles Parish and several police officers. The suit seeks to obtain damages due to Mardis' death after he was shot by police while in a car with his father, Chris Few.

Uber lawsuits common across the U.S., but New Orleans case unique

NEW ORLEANS (Louisiana Record) – A lawsuit filed earlier this year by more than two dozen cab drivers against UberX drivers is unique as Uber lawsuits go, but isn't unique to Louisiana, a labor law professor said recently. law professor said in an interview.

Widow brings wrongful death suit against Clemco, Chevron for alleged asbestos exposure

NEW ORLEANS – A Jefferson Parish woman is suing her deceased husband’s former employers for allegedly exposing him to asbestos while on the job.

Couple sues drug corporation over claims of negligence and fraud in Xarelto manufacturing

NEW ORLEANS – A Kansas couple is suing a major drug corporation claiming that the company was negligent and fraudulent in failing to advise users of the risks associated with Xarelto.

User of Xarelto sues major drug corporation over allegations of negligence and fraud

NEW ORLEANS – A Houston, Texas man using the drug Xarelto is suing the manufacturer of the drug, alleging negligence and fraud.