NEW ORLEANS – An Orleans Parish woman claims that she was caused to slip and fall in a Walmart.
News from September 2017
NEW ORLEANS – A hospital corporation is seeking more than $3,500 from a New Orleans resident.
NEW ORLEANS – An oil company is seeking damages for an open account.
NEW ORLEANS – A grandmother claims that she was injured trying to protect her grandchild after they tripped and fell.
NEW ORLEANS – A community college claims it is owed more than $2,500.
NEW ORLEANS – An Orleans Parish driver claims his car was rear-ended by a negligent motorist.
NEW ORLEANS – A gaming company is seeking over $60,000.
NEW ORLEANS – A company is seeking more than $1,000 from a New Orleans resident.
GRETNA – A financial company is seeking more than $1,000.
GRETNA – A Metairie company is seeking damages for sums due on an open account.
GRETNA – A financial company is seeking more than $1,700 on an open account.
GRETNA – A financial company claims a Marrero man owes more than $1,200.
GRETNA – A credit union is seeking sums due on a promissory note.
A gas and oil industry spokesperson claims that Louisiana's reputation and its legal climate have affected the growth of the industry, and legal reformers have said they are not surprised by the state's low ranking in a recent legal survey.
A New Orleans-area photographer who filed a copyright infringement suit against the Trump Organization over a photograph she took has settled the matter, according to court documents.
Lack of accountability, judicial corruption to blame for Louisiana's low legal ranking, reformers say
Legal reform activists say Louisiana is the most frivolous-lawsuit-prone state in the country because it lacks accountability and its judicial system badly needs an overhaul.
NEW ORLEANS – A man claims he was injured when an elevator fell while he was in it.
NEW ORLEANS – A couple claims a construction crew caused damage to their historic home.
NEW ORLEANS – An Orleans Parish woman claims a contractor failed to complete work that was paid for.
New Orleans attorney Kenneth Robin Bowen, one of five former city police officers who pleaded guilty earlier this year in the police-involved shooting on Danziger Bridge following Hurricane Katrina, has been allowed to resign from the Louisiana State Bar after a June 5 Louisiana Supreme Court order.