Deciding To Evacuate: How To Prepare Yourself Your Property For A Storm
I wanted to do another brief post on evacuation since it is on many people’s minds after Barry. I often …Read More
What Insurance Protections Are In Place for an Uber or Lyft Ride?
What protections are available in a vehicle crash when you are a passenger of an Uber or Lyft? As more …Read More
In Case of Fire: How Do Insurance Companies Define Arson?
Arson! There I went ahead and said the word. So many people are scared of this word, but it is …Read More
Hurricane Season Tips: Prepare Now to File a Property Damage Insurance Claim
As we approach hurricane season, it makes sense to do a few posts discussing the dreaded “H” word – hurricanes …Read More
Flood and Storm Damage: Tips for Preparing to File an Insurance Claim
It’s hurricane season down here on the Gulf Coast, and as we anticipate strong storms, many homeowners are preparing for …Read More
Louisiana Fourth Circuit Reinforces Strict Application of Louisiana Public Bid Law
The Louisiana Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal has ruled that public entities cannot waive any form requirements of a public …Read More
Storm Damage Insurance Claims: Did I Report the Damage Soon Enough?
So, a while back our firm had the privilege of representing a large commercial building in Louisiana that suddenly had …Read More
Insurance Companies Misleading Policyholders: Why Not to Upload Information Regarding Your Claim to a Phone App
No matter how many times you do this, you always learn something new. For the first time, I noticed that …Read More
Can Louisiana Residents Avoid Louisiana Sales and Use Tax Liability by Purchasing Recreational Vehicles with Foreign LLC’s?
The Louisiana Supreme Court has ruled yes. In Thomas v. Bridges, Robert Lane Thomas, a Louisiana resident, admitted he formed …Read More