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Is Your Lawsuit Frivolous or Fraudulent?
Unfortunately for legitimate plaintiffs, some people fake personal injuries and file lawsuits hoping to earn a quick buck. If you have ever seen a movie or television show in which a car accident victim puts on a neck brace just for show, then you understand the issue. Louisiana law recognizes that this is a problem… Read More
Joinder and Intervention Rules
Many personal injury cases seem straightforward. For example, if you were injured in a rear-end automobile collision, then it’s obvious who caused the accident, right? Maybe not. What if the car crashed into you because the brakes failed? And what if the brakes failed because of a manufacturing or design defect? Justice isn’t being served… Read More
Dismissing a Personal Injury Lawsuit
Not every personal injury lawsuit is built to last. In some cases the defendant might convince the court to dismiss your claim, either without prejudice (meaning you can file the claim again) or with prejudice (meaning the claim is dismissed forever and you can’t refile). Note that under certain conditions the court can dismiss a… Read More
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