How Lockout/Tagout Prevents Industrial Accidents

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 […]

Who is Responsible for Dog Bite Injuries?

dog bite injury

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.

Common Causes of Boating Accidents

boating accident

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.

Do I Have to Buy Rental Car Insurance?

rental car insurance

Under Louisiana law, it is not mandatory to obtain or possess car rental insurance to rent a car in Louisiana if the renter has an existing coverage for their vehicle or can present another source of comprehensive and collision or liability insurance coverage.

Eye Witness Identification

Eye Witness

Eye Witness Testimony is a piece of testimonial evidence given by a witness based on their firsthand account of the crime. This testimony must be solely based on what they had personally observed and relevant and valuable to the investigation or proceeding.

Is DUI/DWI a Felony or Misdemeanor in Louisiana?

DUI/DWI

In Louisiana, DUI/DWI offenses are categorized between felony and misdemeanor DUI/DWI. First and second DUI/DWI offenses are classified as misdemeanor charges, while a third or more DUI/DWIs are charged as a felony.

Determining the Value of a Lost Wage Claim After and Accident

Lst Wage Claim

Lost wages are calculated in various forms and dependent on the Plaintiff’s type of employment and wage arrangements. In addition, other similar claims, including loss of income and future earning capacity, are considered part of the settlement.