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Can I Sue Someone Who Destroyed Evidence that Supported My Louisiana Car Accident Case?

Have you ever considered whether Louisiana law allows you to sue someone who destroys evidence relating to your case? This...
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Injured Seamen Cannot Recover Punitive Damages When Injury Is Due to Lack of Seaworthiness

Maritime workers who are injured or killed in the course of employment because of negligence cannot receive punitive damages. That...
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Horrific Accidents and Traumatic Brain Injury

The brain is arguably the most critical part of the human body. Medical science has probably not even scratched the...
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What’s the Point? Why Are Crashes Investigated?

Most drivers are aware that if involved in a motor vehicle accident, an accident report must be made to the...
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Stay Safe: Put It Down and Drive

Despite active campaigns targeting distracted driving, we still see people talking, texting, and even applying makeup while driving (yes, indeed!)....
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Chronic Pain Lawsuits Supported by Neuroscientists

Personal injury lawsuits most often involve clearly recognized injuries that are either visually obvious or medically well-documented. When this is...
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Who Is Required to Report Elder Abuse in Louisiana?

Elder abuse is prevalent across the country, and Louisiana is no exception. The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals reports that...
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It’s Hard to Prove Nerve Damage, but It Can Be Done!

Feeling sore for days - even weeks - after a serious car accident it's not uncommon: after all, the sheer...
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