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2 attorneys placed on disability inactive status

Two attorneys have been placed on disability inactive status, one of them voluntarily, following recent and separate action by the Louisiana Supreme Court.

U.S. Senator John Kennedy a key vote on lawsuit reform bill

It is no secret that frivolous litigation has skyrocketed in recent years. As more and more personal injury trial lawyers seek to use and abuse our legal system for their own personal gain, lawsuit filings have gone through the roof.

Gretna attorney receives deferred suspension, probation over alleged trust account irregularities

Gretna attorney Elaine Appleberry, licensed to practice law in Louisiana for more than 23 years, has received a deferred suspension following a Feb. 9 Louisiana Supreme Court disciplinary proceeding over alleged trust account irregularities.

Discover Bank claims it is owed more than $6,000 from Jefferson Parish consumer

GRETNA – A Jefferson Parish man is alleged to have failed to pay a credit card balance.

River Ridge Electric Inc. alleges Mississippi man failed to keep lookout in I-12 accident

GRETNA – A Jefferson Parish company is seeking damages from a Mississippi man and a company over alleged damages from an accident in St. Tammany Parish.

Café Hope Inc. alleged to owe nearly $75,000 on promissory note

GRETNA – A Jefferson Parish nonprofit is alleged to have defaulted on a promissory note.

Beraca's Restaurant patron alleges water on floor caused fall

GRETNA – A woman is seeking damages from a Metairie restaurant after falling there.

Patron alleges Popeye's Louisiana Kitchen Inc. failed to warn of water on floor that caused fall

GRETNA – A Plaquemines Parish man is seeking damages after a fall in a Gretna restaurant.

Woman seeks damages from Sears Roebuck and Co. after striking glass door

GRETNA – A Sears shopper alleges a glass door that she struck was unmarked and did not have any warning signs.

Bobby Hebert's Cajun Cannon Restaurant patron alleges sign injured legs

GRETNA – A woman alleges she was injured while exiting a restaurant because of a sign.

LVNV Funding alleges Gretna resident owes more than $1,000 on account

GRETNA – A Gretna resident is alleged to have defaulted on an account.

Red Apple Chinese Cuisine patron seeks damages after alleged fall at the restaurant

GRETNA – A Jefferson Parish man alleges a Metairie restaurant's failure to maintain its floors caused him to fall.

Debt collector seeks more than $3,000 from Lafitte resident

GRETNA – A Lafitte woman is alleged to have failed to pay a balance on a Walmart account.

Baton Rouge attorney reinstated following successful completion of drug treatment program

Baton Rouge attorney Lewis Burdette Blanche has been reinstated to practice following a Feb. 9 Louisiana Supreme Court opinion after his 2010 suspension over felony drug and DWI convictions, neglecting a legal matter and failing to communicate with a client.

Investment company seeks over $32,000

GRETNA –An investment company is seeking more than $32,000.

Bank of America files suit seeking over $5,500

GRETNA –Bank of America is seeking more than $5,000 in sums due.

Man was struck by hotel's umbrella while on the beach

GRETNA –A man claims that he was struck by an umbrella while on vacation.

Bank of America is seeking more than $2,500

GRETNA – Bank of America is owed over $2,500, according to a court filing.

Financial institution seeks more than $1,200 from woman

GRETNA –A financial company is seeking more than $1,200 in sums due.

Capital One is seeking more than $40,000 due

GRETNA –Capital One is seeking more than $40,000 in sums due.