A transgender woman has filed a federal lawsuit after allegedly being brutally beaten and raped by inmates in Tangipahoa Parish Prison last year.
News from June 2017
A woman who was injured in 2013 when her father’s Remington rifle misfired won $500,000 in a recent ruling by Judge Ivan Lemelle of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana.
GRETNA – A debt collector is seeking damages for an open account.
Orleans Parish woman claims truck driver hit barrier while she was directing traffic, causing her injuries
NEW ORLEANS – An Orleans Parish woman claims that she was struck while directing traffic.
GRETNA – A Plaquemines Parish man claims that he was choked and beaten by a Jefferson Parish man.
GRETNA – A Jefferson Parish woman claims she was injured after a fall on recently waxed floors.
NEW ORLEANS – A company claims that a shipment was damaged.
NEW ORLEANS – A university is seeking nearly $2,000 from an Orleans Parish resident.
GRETNA – A Jefferson Parish medical supply company is seeking damages for sums due
GRETNA – Bank of America is seeking sums due on an account.
GRETNA – Midland Funding is seeking damages for sums due.
GRETNA – A debt collector is seeking damages for sums due.
Terrebonne Parish has paid $50,000 to settle a lawsuit with a Houma couple after their home was searched by the sheriff’s office.
SHREVEPORT – A Texas man alleges that his late father did not receive adequate care at a Shreveport VA hospital.
LAFAYETTE – A New Iberia vinegar products manufacture alleges that Texas company failed to properly install a liner in its tanker trailer.
NEW ORLEANS – A deaf Tangipahoa Parish individual alleges a Ponchatoula medical facility dismissed her as a patient because she requested an interpreter to be present during appointments.
NEW ORLEANS – Two individuals formerly employed as an oyster shucker and waitress at a New Orleans business allege that they are owed unpaid wages.
NEW ORLEANS – A Mississippi contractor is accused of failing to complete the construction of a hotel in accordance with contract specifications.
Louisiana Sen. John Milkovich recently filed a lawsuit in the 19th Judicial Court for the Parish of East Baton Rouge, challenging the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education’s decision to keep John White as superintendent.
The Texas Supreme Court recently ruled against a law firm that claims it was wrongfully excluded from settlements between the City of Houston, Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas and BP over the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.