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Barbier to announce modifications to BP settlement amid questions on business claims


Orleans Parish woman sues claiming pulmonary embolism caused by birth control

NEW ORLEANS - An Orleans Parish woman has filed a lawsuit against a birth control manufacturer claiming she suffered a pulmonary embolism after a week of taking Aviane.

Jefferson Parish woman sues Bayer over intrauterine birth control device


Marrero resident sues previous employers claiming brain cancer result of asbestos exposure

NEW ORLEANS - A Marrero resident claims he developed brain cancer after years of exposure to asbestos and has filed a lawsuit against four of his previous employers.

Woman allegedly injured in slip and fall sues Commander’s Palace

Kenneth H. Hooks III

Touro sues third-party over incomplete employee background checks

Martha Y. Curtis

Seamen’s alleged injury results in suit against Transocean

Timothy J. Young

Former principal sues Catholic school alleging systematic racial discrimination

Wanda Anderson Davis

Tenant sues landlord claiming slip on improperly installed tiles

AJ Rebennack

Hospital sued by patient who claims she had serious medical condition that went undiagnosed

Zachary R. Christiansen

Slip and fall in Sprite leads to suit against Coke


87-year-old woman claims walker is defective

NEW ORLEANS - An 87-year-old woman has filed lawsuit claiming that her walker was defective and caused her to fall.

Stripper files class action against New Orleans club seeking minimum wages


Obamacare: Death of 'The Rule of Law'

ArmstrongYou have often heard we are a “nation of laws and not of men.” The words are attributable to John Adams and, while the concept can be found in ancient Greek culture, humankind didn’t take it for a meaningful spin until our Constitution was ratified in 1788. Otherwise known as “The Rule of Law,” it has enjoyed a very good ride, paid for by the lifeblood of over 1.3 million of our military.

Petco customer seeks $50K after trip near checkout counter

Joseph M. Bruno Jr.

Corps of Engineers overseer allegedly struck in head with metal projectile sues

Michael K. Cox

Couple sues engineering firm over home addition and renovations

GRETNA – An engineering firm is being sued by a married couple for allegedly doing bad work on an addition and renovation to their home.

Audio company sued by couple for allegedly taking money and not finishing audio installation

GRETNA – A New Orleans couple is suing a local audio company over its alleged failure to deliver all system components and complete installation of products that were mostly paid for.

Fitness center sued by man allegedly injured while working out

GRETNA – A fitness center is being sued by a man who was allegedly injured when a strap connected to a piece of equipment he was using failed.

Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-East to hold meeting today; reversal of oil company lawsuit anticipated

Map of Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority - East.