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Vices, Defects, and Ruin Under Louisiana Law

Property owners generally take care to make sure that their properties are kept up and free of dangerous defects that can hurt other people. However, this is not always the case. Sometimes people get hurt because property owners fail to undertake necessary maintenance or otherwise let their property fall into a state of disrepair. Thankfully,

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Williams Olefins Explosion Case to Go to Trial

In 2013, an explosion at the Williams Olefins plant in Geismar, Louisiana claimed the lives of 2 workers and injured 114 others. Following the accident, numerous lawsuits were filed by those injured in the blast. Now, after years of litigation, it appears that one of those cases will finally go to trial. Williams Loses Motion for

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Tesla Autopilot Death Raises Liability Issues

Elon Musk’s Tesla Motors has engineered some of the most amazing vehicles on the road today. Putting aside the remarkable performance and lack of fuel costs, one of the innovative features devised by Tesla is its autopilot function. Tesla Autopilot Capability and Potential Dangers The autopilot function has only recently become available on Tesla vehicles. It utilizes

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Stacking Multiple Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Policies in Louisiana

Imagine that you are badly injured in an auto accident and, as is often the case, the other driver only has a minimum insurance policy. This means that you will only be able to recover up to $15,000 for your injuries. However, if you were prepared for this situation and made the wise decision to

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Louisiana Interstate Highways Among the Worst

If you’ve ever driven around the State of Louisiana, you’ve clearly probably seen the poor condition of the roads in many areas. In New Orleans, for example, there is a group that has started with the sole purpose of fixing the city’s streets. It may not come as much of a surprise is that Louisiana’s interstate highway

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