Sustaining injuries and developing a lifelong disability is a tragic thing to go through. However you may be eligible for compensation to help alleviate some of the financial burdens of living with this predicament. Proving total and permanent disability is not simple, even if the claimant can easily show their injuries. Instead, proving total and […]
Getting involved in a car accident is an awful event because of the property damage and physical and emotional injuries involved and the time-consuming act of dealing with insurance companies while having to deal with the other repercussions of the accident. One of the first concerns many people have is who will they get their car fixed or replaced.
Safety in a workplace is one of the main concerns of every company and worker. Workplace safety for routine and non-routine activities is so important that regulations are in place to ensure that safety procedures, training, and compliance are followed. For non-routine activities, lockout/tag-out procedures are in place to prevent certain unnecessary mishaps in the […]
Generally, dog bite laws in Louisiana hold the animal’s owner responsible for the damages caused by their pets if there is a known history of aggressive behavior. However, a landlord of the owner of the dog or animal that caused the injury can also be held responsible.
Total control of the boat is crucial to prevent boat accidents. Proper operation of a vessel also requires the operator to be able to make quick and rational decisions to prevent accidents.
There are numerous safety precautions and regulations in place to try to minimize the dangers of working in a construction site. However, not all hazardous situations can be avoided, given the nature of the job and the site. Hence, the risks associated with working in construction must not be taken lightly by those working or interested in the construction industry, as such injuries can be fatal or career-ending.
When there is more than one cause of an accident the court will allocate comparative fault.
The injured party has the burden of proof to satisfy four elements to recover in a product liability claim in Louisiana.
Under Louisiana state law, employers are required to have worker’s compensation insurance or would have to be approved to self-insure. And generally, an employee who is injured in the workplace, or performing their official duties on behalf of the employer, is eligible for worker’s compensation without regard to who is at fault for the injury.
Being a party to a slip and fall or a premise liability case poses severe financial and medical consequences. Even a slight fall could cause substantial injury to specific individuals.