Our Blog

scroll
Request Your Free Consultation

Posted in Motorcycle Accidents,Our Blog on March 27, 2014

Motorcycle Accident Kills 1, Injures Another In Head-On Crash

A Louisiana man has died in a fatal motorcycle accident on La. 16 in St. Helena Parish, according to news reports. That 29-year-old victim was pronounced dead at the scene after being struck by a motorist accused of driver negligence.
read more

Posted in Car Accidents,Consumer Safety,Our Blog on March 26, 2014

GM Must Pay For the Sins Of Its Past

General Motors has recently recalled more than 1.6 million of its vehicles manufactured between 2003 – 2007, among them its Chevrolet Cobalt, a car being described by some in the auto industry as a “cardinal sin.” In an article for
read more

Posted in Environmental Law,Our Blog on March 21, 2014

Louisiana Pols Are Shamelessly Bowing To Big Oil

It’s become fashionable for Louisiana’s politicians and political hopefuls to bash the local municipal governments, government boards, and attorneys pursuing so-called “legacy lawsuits” against oil and gas companies for destroying our coastland. At a meeting of the Louisiana Oil &
read more

Posted in Our Blog,Workplace Injuries on March 19, 2014

Worker Fatally Injured On The Job During Fall From Bridge

A Louisiana worker perished after falling off a bridge in Baton Rouge on March 9. The victim, a 36-year-old employee of a painting company, plunged onto the west bank levee beneath the Sunshine Bridge on that Sunday afternoon. Official reports
read more

Posted in Consumer Safety,Our Blog on March 14, 2014

Thinking About Where We Get Our Meat

Nicholas Kristof wrote a column for the New York Times this week about the current state of America’s meat industry, describing the handful of giant companies that control the vast majority of our meat supplies as an oligopoly. Kristof raises
read more