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Dr. Hickham and Associates accused of age discrimination

A woman is suing Michael Hickham and Dr. Hickham and Associates for allegedly firing and replacing her with a younger employee.

Walgreens accused of giving child incorrect medicine

Parents are suing Walgreens Pharmacy at West Jefferson Medical Center, Walgreen Louisiana Company Inc. and John Doe for allegedly giving their child an incorrect prescription.

VYSJ Transportation LLC accused of negligence in car accident

A Louisiana man is suing Vernon Jones, individually and doing business as VYSJ Transportation LLC for allegedly injuring him in a car accident.

Gulf Coast Bank and Trust seeks more than $52,000 past due payments

A bank is seeking over $52,000 in overdue payment from Christopher Roberts and Katherine Works Roberts.

Walmart accused of negligence

A patron is suing Walmart for alleged negligence.

American Express claims Grizzly Marine Services LLC, Louisiana man owe $40,000

American Express is seeking nearly $40,000 on an unpaid account.

Jefferson Financial Federal Credit Union accuses man of failing to make payments on promissory note

A credit union is seeking more than $27,000 in past due payments.

Ditech Financial LLC accuses two individuals of owing more than $100,000

A financial institution is suing Ryan A. Williams and Shelly Ziegler Malbrough for over $110,000 in past due payments

Wells Fargo claims individual owes over $130,000 on promissory note

Wells Fargo is seeking over $130,000 in past due payments from Walid Thabata.

First NBC Bank alleges Metro Rediscount Company Inc., others owe more than $3 million in past due payments

A bank is seeking more than $3 million from Metro Rediscount Company Inc., Frank J. Adolph and Albert J. Adolph.

River Oaks Hospital allegedly failed to prevent sexual assault

A woman is suing River Oaks Inc. d/b/a River Oaks Hospital for allegedly failing to take safety measures to prevent her from being sexually assaulted.

Opinion: Deep pocket justice serves lawyers, not Louisiana

Deep pocket justice. That seems to be the flawed philosophy behind the ongoing legal attack that some politicians and personal injury attorneys are waging against Louisiana’s oil and gas industry.

Justice Department accuses two Louisiana companies of Immigration and Nationality Act violations

The U.S. Department of Justice announced July 26 it has filed a lawsuit against Louisiana-based companies Technical Marine Maintenance Texas LLC, which provides contract shipyard labor, and Gulf Coast Workforce LLC, a related company, for allegedly violating the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).

First NBC Bank alleges company owes $300,000

A bank is suing Dixieland Auto Sales Inc. and George Vulevich Jr. over alleged past due payments.

Nationstar Mortgage LLC alleges two individuals owe $114,000 on promissory note fore mortgage

A mortgage firm is suing Cheryl Giavotella Little and James V. Sr. for alleged past due payments.

Pellerin Laundry Machinery Sales Company Inc. allegedly at fault in car accident

An individual is suing State National Insurance Company Inc., Pellerin Laundry Machinery Sales Company Inc. and William G. Lehrmann for alleged negligence and reckless damage.

Woman accuses Tulane Royal Beauty LLC, others of negligence

A woman is suing Western World Insurance Company, Tulane Royal Beauty LLC, 3500 Tulane LLC, XYZ Insurance Company and John Doe for alleged negligence.

Opportunity Homes Limited Partnership, others accused of not fixing broken step on property

A woman is suing Opportunity Homes Limited Partnership, Neal Morris d/b/a Project Renew LLC, Project Renew LLA and New Orleans Apartment Management and Marketing LLC for alleged negligence.

Condo owners in French Quarter accuse Juneau Odenwald Inc., Watford Specialty Insurance Company of negligence

wo condominium owners are suing Juneau Odenwald Inc. and Watford Specialty Insurance Company for alleged negligence.

Two July disciplines include Bossier City attorney's interim suspension

Bossier City attorney John E. Settle Jr.'s second suspension in less than a year was one of two interim suspensions handed down by the Louisiana Supreme Court in July, according to separate orders.