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Wrongful Death, Bereavement & Punitive Damages in Louisiana

In civil law, most damages for an injury come from the costs incurred by the plaintiff. Medical bills, transportation costs, property damage, even noneconomic damages like pain and suffering, are all based on compensating the harm the plaintiff has endured. Punitive damages, ...

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  • Wrongful Death, Bereavement & Punitive Damages in Louisiana

    In civil law, most damages for an injury come from the costs incurred by the plaintiff. Medical bills, transportation costs, property damage, even ...

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  • Louisiana Motorcycle Statistics for 2020

    There is limited data for motorcycle crashes, injury rates, and fatalities from 2019, but this blog gathers up the latest facts and figures to provide ...

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  • What Qualifies as a Catastrophic Injury?

    Some injuries only hurt for a little while. They might come with some medical bills, but in the end, you’re able to recover and go back to normal ...

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  • How to Prevent Drowning Accidents

    Louisiana has the second-highest drowning rate of any state in the country. Nationwide, drowning is the leading cause of death for American toddlers ...

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  • Can I Sue an Employer for Work-Related Injuries in Louisiana?

    In most work injury cases , employees only have one option for recovering losses due to lost wages or medical bills: workers’ compensation. What ...

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  • Is It Safe to Use Hands-Free Devices While Driving?

    Cellphones have become part of our daily lives. Two decades ago, these devices were only used by a few people. Today, an estimated 5 billion people ...

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