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
Filing a Property Damage Claim: Should I Trust My Insurance Company’s Preferred Vendor?
I wanted to discuss vendors that insurance companies steer policyholders towards today in relatively general terms. This topic can be …Read More
Can a Louisiana Limited Liability Company Member Be Shielded from LLC Obligations?
A Louisiana Supreme Court decision, Ogea vs. Travis Merritt, provides an extensive analysis of Louisiana’s limited liability company law as …Read More
Filing a Roof Repair Insurance Claim – 4 Things To Consider
The reality is there may be certain types of claims that certain insurance companies will look at with much more …Read More
Louisiana Supreme Court Expounds Upon “Major Structural Defect” Element of the Louisiana New Home Warranty Act
The New Home Warranty Act (“NHWA”), La. R.S. 9:3141, sets out the exclusive remedies, warranties, and preemptive periods in relation …Read More
Examination Under Oath (EUO) – 5 Things You Need to Know
Examinations Under Oath are ways for insurance companies to deny your claim. There, I said it. I realize that may …Read More
Ways In Which a Construction Contract Can Be Modified
In Driver Pipeline Co., Inc. v. Cadeville Gas Storage, LLC, the Second Circuit Court of Appeal held that a written …Read More
Private Works Construction Projects: Determining the Effective Date of Substantial Completion
Multiple parties to a construction project are affected by the filing of statements of claim or privilege on immovable property …Read More