Blog Posts in September, 2013

Man's Files Suit Against Coca-Cola and Others for Alleged Asbestos Exposure

A lawsuit has been filed in New Orleans over alleged exposure to asbestos on the job that is said to have caused a man's lung cancer, which is incurable. The former electrician has filed suit ...
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Same Grocery Store Sued Twice in One Day

One Winn Dixie store in Metairie was sued twice on the same day for slip and fall accidents. These accidents allegedly happened on consecutive days in August of 2012. The first accident is said to ...
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Shreveport School Bus Accident Injures Seven

Last week, a school bus carrying 33 students was hit head-on by a car. According to officials, the woman driving the other car was going the wrong way leading up to the collision. She herself ...
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Wrongful Death Suit Filed for Oilfield Generated Radioactivity

The surviving family members have filed a lawsuit against numerous oil companies on behalf of a man who died of esophageal cancer. According to the plaintiffs, back in 2002, the man had filed a ...
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Premises Liability: Who is Responsible for an Accident and When

A slip and fall can occur outside a commercial building that has an appalling lack of maintenance. You might be injured at a private home where the owner caused a dangerous environment. Or you could ...
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Louisiana Man with Mesothelioma Awarded $5.95 Million by Jury

Just last week, a jury awarded a multimillion dollar award to a man suffering from mesothelioma. The man had filed a lawsuit against three different companies, including a chemical company, for his ...
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Baton Rouge Man Charged with Vehicular Homicide for Crash that Killed Two Brothers

This summer, a car accident killed two brothers who were in their twenties, one dying on the scene, the other succumbing to injuries in the hospital the next day. According to Louisiana State ...
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Statistics Show More than Fifty Percent of People Killed in Traffic Accidents Weren't Wearing Seat Belts

According to statistics from the Louisiana police department, 684 people have died in a vehicle collision this year so far. Fifty-five percent of these drivers who died were not wearing their seat ...
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