BATON ROUGE – A three-year federal lawsuit accusing the executive director of a Terrebonne Parish housing authority of sexual harassment and retaliation against a former employee has been settled.
News from September 2016
GRETNA – A man is seeking damages, claiming that he was injured when he fell in a Sam's Club.
GRETNA – A woman alleges that the title of her home still has not been transferred to her.
GRETNA – Bank of America is seeking damages of more than $12,000.
GRETNA – A debt collector is seeking damages for an allegedly open Citibank South Dakota NA account.
GRETNA – Bank of America claims that a Jefferson Parish individual has failed to pay more than $5,000.
ALBANY, N.Y. – The New York State Bar Association, through its charitable arm, is soliciting donations to help flood victims in Louisiana to cope with what are likely to be a labyrinth of legal issues.
BATON ROUGE – Attorney General Jeff Landry’s office called Commissioner of Administration Jay Dardene’s recent attack on Landry “false,” after the governor’s office denied Landry’s alleged request for a car allowance and mileage reimbursements, accusing him of “double-dipping.”
GRETNA — East Jefferson General Hospital has filed a lawsuit in the 24th Judicial District Court in Gretna against urgent care company After Hours Medical Group, which is partially owned by former hospital employee and Jefferson Parish coroner Dr. Gerry Cvitanovich.
LAFAYETTE — A Louisiana man is suing an insurance company, alleging violation of workers compensation acts in failure to provide benefits.
MONROE — A Bienville Parish husband and wife are suing a hip implant components manufacturer, alleging failure to manufacture safe components.
BATON ROUGE — Two Acadia Parish residents are suing an employer, employee and insurer, alleging negligence led to injuries to both plaintiffs in a car collision.
NEW ORLEANS — A seaman is suing a vessel owner, alleging insufficient measures were taken to prevent the plaintiff's injuries.
The judge hasn't yet made a decision on the city's motion to dismiss. The plaintiff says he sees that as a sign of his lawsuit's validity.
NEW ORLEANS – Two individuals claim that they were injured due to a malfunctioning elevator.
NEW ORLEANS – A woman claims that she fell from her bike due to an excessively slippery surface.
NEW ORLEANS – A woman is seeking damages following a slip and fall in a store.
NEW ORLEANS – A contracting group is seeking damages for alleged breach of contract from a Jefferson Parish couple.
NEW ORLEANS – An Orleans Parish business is seeking damages for an allegedly open account from a Metairie individual.
NEW ORLEANS – Amid all the controversy surrounding Gov. John Bel Edwards' picks for his legal team to represent the state in coastal lawsuits against the oil and gas industry in Louisiana, two lobbyists for trial attorneys on his new team held a fundraiser for the governor this week.