A woman claims that she was thrown to the ground in the emergency room by an employee.
News from April 2018
An individual is seeking damages for an incident that allegedly took place at an assisted living center.
&&& The Louisiana Senate passed a bill on March 20 to postpone any slander lawsuits filed against people who allegedly have been victims of sexual assault. If the House approves it, courts will be required to postpone any slander lawsuits filed against alleged sexual assault victims.
A woman claims that she was injured when she allegedly tripped and fell at a shopping center.
A woman is accusing her insurance company of negligence.
Two individuals seek damages from City of Gretna due to accident allegedly involving city-owned vehicle
Two individuals are seeking damages after they allegedly were injured in a car accident.
GRETNA – A woman claims that she was physically assaulted in her workplace.
NEW ORLEANS – A woman claims she fell into a large puddle of water outside of her apartment.
Louisiana’s Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal has affirmed a court’s decision to deny a weekly newspaper’s request to unseal court records in a case involving a judge.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) — The U.S. Department of Justice announced March 22 that Union Parish Detention Center (UPDC), a Farmerville, Louisiana, correctional facility, will pay $27,500 in in damages and adopt new policies after allegations of violating the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
A man claims that he was injured when an escalator allegedly malfunctioned.
A property owner claims that his property was damaged by a contractor.
A man claims that his insurance agency failed to settle a claim.
A company is seeking more than $8,000.
A university is seeking more than $3,000.
A federal judge has denied motions brought by two companies involved in a yearslong dispute over two school construction projects.
GRETNA – A bank is seeking damages for more than $2,500 in sums due on a Mastercard.
A federal judge has granted an unopposed motion to approve attorneys’ fees, expenses and a service award in a junk fax class-action lawsuit against a pharmaceutical company accused of violating telephone harassment statutes.
BATON ROUGE — The Louisiana Supreme Court decision last month in favor of charter schools is a clear victory for backers of those schools, a business lobby president said during a recent interview.
NEW ORLEANS (Louisiana Record) — New Orleans attorney and former Orleans Parish traffic and civil judge Ronald J. Sholes has been publicly reprimanded following an April 2 Louisiana Supreme Court attorney disciplinary proceeding over allegations he failed to adequately supervise a non-lawyer assistant.