NEW ORLEANS – Two Jefferson Parish residents allege they were unlawfully evicted from their apartment.
News from May 2017
NEW ORLEANS – A laborer alleges his former Kenner employer failed to pay the correct rate for overtime work and has filed a class-action suit.
BATON ROUGE – A Baton Rouge resident is accusing of unlawfully withdrawing supplemental security income benefits that were paid to her deceased boyfriend after his death.
Account Control Bureau, Experian Information Solutions allegedly failed to verify accuracy of account
BATON ROUGE – A consumer claims a debt collector and a credit bureau are reporting a medical debt that she is not legally responsible for.
NEW ORLEANS – Two former laborer/gardeners for a landscaping company allege they are owed unpaid wages.
NEW ORLEANS – A woman is seeking damages for falling through a roof.
NEW ORLEANS – A man is seeking damages, claiming that he fell over 15 feet at a construction site.
NEW ORLEANS – A university is seeking damages on an unpaid promissory note.
Woman claims she was injured when elevator in building owned by Industrial Development Board fell several floors
NEW ORLEANS – A couple is seeking damages after an elevator fell and caused injures.
NEW ORLEANS – A man is seeking damages for an incident in a shopping center.
NEW ORLEANS – A woman is seeking damages after a slot machine allegedly broke and injured her.
NEW ORLEANS – A university is seeking damages for an overdue promissory note.
NEW ORLEANS – A hotel claims it has suffered $15,000 worth of damage due to negligence.
NEW ORLEANS – A man claims that he was pushed by a restaurant employee, which resulted in permanent injuries.
NEW ORLEANS – An African-American Kenner resident alleges he was subjected to a hostile work environment because of his race at his former place of employment.
NEW ORLEANS – A Terrebonne Parish woman alleges a disposable cigarette lighter caused third-degree burns on her body.
ALEXANDRIA – An air security officer has filed a class-action lawsuit against a company with operations in Alexandria over allegations of labor code violations.
NEW ORLEANS – A St. James Parish man alleges a St. Rose business is not accessible to the disabled.
NEW ORLEANS – A galley-hand alleges he was injured while working because of poor lighting in an overstocked freezer.
The Hunter's Run Gun Club and the Great International Land Company recently filed suit against its former manager in the U.S. District Court Middle District of Louisiana, alleging that Baker's unfair trade practices and other wrongful actions led to irreparable injury, loss and damage to the gun club.