Bringing the legal system to light.
Bringing the legal system to light. Our weekly newsletter sheds light on the lawsuits, people, and organizations that continually clog the legal system in Louisiana.
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LAFAYETTE – A Florida man alleges he was injured in an accident involving two tractor-trailers on U.S. Highway 90 in Broussard.
NEW ORLEANS – A commercial rental building owner alleges the property was damaged by construction done on a neighboring property.
NEW ORLEANS – A basketball fan is suing owners of a New Orleans arena, alleging he suffered traumatic brain injuries after a fall on a staircase.
NEW ORLEANS – A captain alleges he was injured while painting because of a ship's uneven steel deck.
LAFAYETTE – Current and former direct service workers with businesses based in Lafayette allege they were misclassified so their employers could circumvent requirements to pay overtime wages.
MONROE – An Ouachita Parish man alleges his constitutional rights were violated by law enforcement officers during a traffic stop.
GRETNA – A Metairie homeowner is suing his neighbors, alleging the presence of cypress trees in their yard has harmed his property.
GRETNA – A credit union is suing two customers, alleging they owe more than $11,000 for a promissory note.
GRETNA – JPMorgan Chase Bank is suing a mortgage customer, alleging she owes than $112,000.
GRETNA – A customer is suing a Kenner casino, alleging the defendant's negligence caused her to be injured.
GRETNA – A Jefferson Parish woman is suing Walmart, alleging its negligence caused her to fall and suffer injuries..
GRETNA – A bank is seeking damages on an overdue promissory note.
GRETNA – A lending company is suing a Jefferson Parish customer, alleging damages for an overdue promissory note.
GRETNA – A bank is suing a customer, alleging an unpaid promissory note.
GRETNA – Wells Fargo is seeking payment of a promissory note.
GRETNA – Wells Fargo Bank is seeking nearly $100,000 from two Jefferson Parish customers.
EAST BATON ROUGE -- A local broadcasting company has sued two long-time syndicated radio hosts for what it calls a breach of contract on the part of the duo.
COVINGTON — A St. Tammany Parish jury resolved an extended legal battle on Jan. 11 when it awarded about $1.3 million in punitive and actual damages to victims of a drunk-driving accident.
BATON ROUGE – An employee for a used car dealer in Baton Rouge claims he was not paid at a rate of time-and-one-half of his regular wages for overtime work.
NEW ORLEANS – Two Muslim men allege they were not hired for positions at a university because of their race, ethnicity and national origin.