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Stress from Accidents in Louisiana

One thing is for sure. If you have a Louisiana auto accident and find your vehicle and yourself being shoved around, you can be left with a lot more than damage to the car and to your physical person. There are a lot of hidden issues that crop up as […]

A recent article posted about confidentiality proves to be a costly reminder about settlement and confidentiality agreements signed and sworn to by parties. Patrick Snay was a headmaster of Gulliver Preparatory School (Miami, FL) until 2010. He sued for age discrimination and won $10,000 in back wages and a settlement […]

Let’s face it, accidents happen every day in Louisiana. But when they happen and responsible parties don’t admit they are liable, the personal injury lawyers at Babcock Partners, LLC are hired to perform an important job. For example, two of our clients were traveling through Louisiana when they stopped for […]

Many people in Louisiana and around the country consider it a common courtesy to flash their high beams to let other drivers know about a speed trap looming ahead. Others, including some police departments, consider it a crime. A handful of recent court cases, however, suggest that drivers enjoy a […]

When most people think about car accident injuries, broken bones and whiplash come to mind first. But did you know that car accidents often can cause significant knee injuries as well? One of our clients was injured in an automobile accident while visiting Baton Rouge on business. He was driving […]

Federal and Louisiana law both protect employees from workplace discrimination. The Louisiana Employment Discrimination Law, La. R.S. 23:301 et seq., and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 generally prohibit employers from discriminating against their workers on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. In […]