News from March 2014
Louisiana State Seal
Don Briggs, President, Louisiana Oil and Gas Association
GRETNA – A local clothing store is being sued by a man who claims he was severely injured in a fall in their parking lot.
BATON ROUGE – State legislators are poised again this year to make another go at regulating lawsuit lending practices.
GRETNA – A corporate retailer is being sued by a customer who claims she slipped in a puddle of vodka and fell to the floor injuring herself.
GRETNA – The owner of a condominium is being sued by her condo association for allegedly not paying fees for her unit in a timely manner.
WASHINGTON – British Petroleum is free to do business with the U.S. government once again after reaching an agreement with the Environmental Protection Agency.
GRETNA – Two fisherman who claim they were aboard a vessel when they were attacked by two other fisherman who had weapons are suing.
NEW ORLEANS – Wells Fargo has filed a lawsuit over a piece of property after the death of their mortgage holder.
GRETNA – A door manufacturer is suing their property insurance provider for allegedly breaching their contract by refusing to pay for a $696,000 roof they claim was seriously damaged in a hail storm.
GRETNA – A local furniture company is suing its property insurance provider for allegedly failing to properly cover damages received during a hail storm.
GRETNA – A major American car manufacturer is being sued in a local court by a pair who purchased a vehicle that they later found was defective and could not be properly repaired.
NEW ORLEANS – A local man is suing his insurance company after it failed to pay his damages after a fire on his property.