A New Orleans resident blames her personal trainer for injuries she says she suffered as a result of a weight-training program.
News from June 2010
Three seamen have filed separate Jones Act lawsuits after allegedly suffering back injuries while working on a vessel owned by Omega Protein.
NEW ORLEANS-A Jefferson Parish couple claims a newly purchased ceramic space heater caused a fire in their home.
NEW ORLEANS-A commercial diver has filed a Jones Act lawsuit against his employer after he sustained a decompression injury.
NEW ORLEANS-While shopping at the Winn-Dixie on Pontchartrain Boulevard in Slidell, Myrtle Terrell claims she slipped on a wet substance and did a split backwards into a wall, causing serious injuries.
Kanner NEW ORLEANS-A recently filed class action accuses Capital One of unfair and unconscionable acts in order to collect excessive overdraft fees.
NEW ORLEANS-While browsing the manufactured homes at Clayton Homes in Houma, Gloria Miles let her son play in the space walk and expected the company to supervise him and the other children that were playing.
Dalia Judge Robin Giarusso is taking evidence from both sides in a liability suit against the Omni Royal Hotel before pronouncing judgment in Orleans Parish Civil District Court.
A Jefferson Parish couple claims a newly purchased ceramic space heater caused a fire in their home.
A Houma man claims a defective range caused an explosion in his home.
A Slidell property owner is suing his insurance provider for failing to pay claims filed after Hurricane Gustav.
A disabled Kenner resident hopes a suit filed against Jefferson Parish will mean better handicap access at polling places throughout the Parish.
Chaisson The ongoing BP oil leak has sparked debate around the state's ability to defend itself in litigation with corporations.
A former employee is suing Premier Industries, accusing the company of failing to recognize dangerous working conditions on an ocean barge.
A yacht owner has is suing a repair shop he says is to blame for damage to his yacht.
A photo from Sandestin Resort's Web site As part of an annual gathering, the Louisiana State Bar Association and the Louisiana Judicial College are hosting a joint summer school and annual meeting from June 7 to June 11 at the Sandestin Golf & Beach Resort in Destin, Fla.
Chaisson With a 21-16 vote, the Louisiana Senate passed a controversial bill that would allow the state's attorney general to hire outside counsel via contingency contracts. Yesterday, the bill was read in the House and referred to the Committee on Civil Law and Procedure.
Stanley A rule hearing for a class action suit against the Louisiana Department of Social Services (LDSS) is set for June 18 in Orleans Parish Civil District Court.
Rickard The executive director of the Louisiana Lawsuit Abuse Watch called the passing of aGeorgia tort reform law a "no brainer" and said the state is leading the way in curbing frivolous lawsuits.