Mamou attorney Timmy James Fontenot has been disbarred following a Nov. 28 Louisiana Supreme Court disciplinary proceeding over allegations that included forgery and delaying payment of a settlement in a personal injury case.
News from December 2017
It is not uncommon to hear people all across Louisiana talking about the Permian Basin and for a good reason. The west Texas formation saw its first commercial oil well completed in 1921, and since then, the basin continues to be a predominant supplier of United States oil and gas. Some even say that an oil and gas recovery begins and ends in this portion of West Texas.
GRETNA – A funding company is seeking more than $1,000 in past due payments from a Credit One Bank card holder.
GRETNA — A Jefferson Parish homeowner claims that her wood floors were improperly installed.
GRETNA –Capital One claims that they are owed more than $2,000 from an open account.
GRETNA — A Jefferson Parish construction worker alleges he injured himself when he was forced to jump 12 feet down as the result of a negligent crane operator.
GRETNA — A Metairie surgical center is seeking more than $48,000 from a former patient.
Baton Rouge attorney Darryl L. Robertson has been suspended for one year and a day following a Nov. 28 Louisiana Supreme Court disciplinary proceeding over allegations that included failing to provide competent representation to a client.
Kyle S. Duncan and Judge Kurt D. Engelhardt belong in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, according to three major Louisiana associations.
GRETNA — Capital One is seeking more than $2,000 from a Jefferson Parish resident.
GRETNA — Crescent City Surgical Center is seeking more than $26,000 in past due payments from a former patient.
NEW ORLEANS – A woman claims that her husband died from cancer that he developed in the workplace.
NEW ORLEANS – An Orleans Parish woman allegedly slipped and fell at a local Shell gas station.
GRETNA — American Express claims that it is owed more than $30,000 for an open account held by a Jefferson Parish man.
SHREVEPORT — The lawsuit filed by former death row inmate Rodricus Crawford is about more than justice for Crawford; it's about getting Caddo Parish officials to change their death-penalty-dealing ways, one of the now-freed man's attorneys said during a recent interview.
California, City of St. Louis Circuit Court, New York City’s asbestos court and Philadelphia round out the American Tort Reform Association’s top five this year.
GRETNA — A local surgical center is seeking more than $48,000 in past due payments from a New Orleans patient.
NEW ORLEANS – A renter claims that defective stairs at her home resulted in an injury when she slipped and fell.
GRETNA — A Jefferson Parish woman is seeking damages for injuries she allegedly suffered when she fell outside of church.