On August 1st, a new child car seat law takes effect in Louisiana. It makes the laws concerning car seats stricter and safer. While this law will be for the best in the long run, there is often a time of confusion after a new law takes place.
My name is John Bruscato, and I’m a personal injury attorney in Monroe, Louisiana. Today, I’d like to share some of my insider knowledge regarding car accidents, back injuries, and what you should know about getting paid for those injuries in the state of Louisiana.
There’s a lot to deal with in the aftermath of a car accident — especially one that has left you with a back injury. Between filing a claim with your insurance company, assessing the damage to your car, getting the medical care you need, and having to miss work...
Discover what constitutes workers’ compensation fraud in Louisiana, what penalties come with such acts of fraud, and how you can make a legitimate claim.
If you’ve been injured in a workplace accident, you’re probably hearing the term “workers’ compensation” quite a bit right now. But what is workers’ comp? How does it work in Louisiana? Do you need a lawyer? How much can you get paid? For clear answers to these and related questions, continue reading this article.