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Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer | 6 Common Signs of Abuse

Nursing home facilities should be places where your beloved elderly relatives are treated with care, respect, and dignity. All nursing home residents should be safe, receive proper medical care, and be encouraged to stay active, both physically and mentally. Unfortunately, reality shows a totally different image of nursing homes. Many frail and helpless elderly persons […]

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What Security Guards Can and Can’t Do

Security guards are present at many of the venues that we frequent from day to day. The parameters of a security guard’s position, however, are not always clear. This can lead to ambiguity regarding their authority. Because of this, the question of what security guards can and can’t do is quite common. Understanding the authoritative […]

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Suing For Wrongful Death In Louisiana

When someone is killed by negligent, reckless, or intentional acts, the family has a right to sue the responsible parties for wrongful death. For the claim to be successful it must be properly prosecuted under the provisions of Louisiana law.  The first step is to establish who has a right to file the lawsuit, which can […]

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What Is Actionable Negligence in Louisiana?

Many people use the term “negligence” in everyday language, most often in referring to something a person should have done. While this concept is generally correct, in the legal field, “negligence” has a very specific meaning. In Louisiana, the law provides a right to bring a lawsuit against a person who causes damage to another: […]

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If My Actions Contribute to My Injuries in Louisiana, Can I Still Sue Someone Else?

Those who have been injured often worry that they will be unable to recover damages (aka, money) from someone else if their own actions contributed to their injuries. Louisiana follows the pure “comparative fault” rule, which allows an injured person to recover under these circumstances, although sometimes at a reduced amount. Comparative fault is best […]

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Injured Pedestrians in Louisiana Cannot Recover When Danger Is “Open and Obvious”

Did you ever consider whether an injured pedestrian can successfully sue a construction contractor who blocks a sidewalk, thereby forcing pedestrians to take another route? Of course, the circumstances of the accident matter. However, if a danger is “open and obvious,” it cannot serve as the basis for a successful lawsuit in Louisiana! In one […]

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