Workers' compensation fund requests sheriff seize company property

By Kyle Barnett | Mar 6, 2012

NEW ORLEANS – A statewide workers' compensation fund has requested the local sheriff to garnish the funds and seize property of a local company to satisfy a judgment.

Louisiana Workers' Compensation Corporation filed suit on Jan. 30 in Orleans Parish Civil District Court against KMJ Services, Inc. The plaintiff claims KMJ Services owes past due funds from a previous judgment. The plaintiff is seeking to garnish the account held by the defendant at a local bank.

Damages sought include $18,562.25 for the past judgment plus fees associated with legal costs, attorney's fees, interest and the Sheriff's commission.

Louisiana Workers' Compensation Corporation is being represented by Baton Rouge-based attorney Chad S. Berry.

The case has been assigned to Division I Judge Piper D. Griffin.

Case number 2012-00877

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