Benjamin Franklin once famously said: “Love thy neighbor—but don’t pull down your hedge.” More than two hundred years have passed, but Franklin’s words still ring true. Neighbors can be a blessing and a curse, and when they act as the latter, it is important to know the laws and legal remedies available to you in… Continue reading What Laws Govern Neighbor Disputes in Louisiana?
As previously discussed, there are many benefits to operating a business as an LLC, one of which being limited liability for the individual members of the company. However, under certain circumstances, members can be held individually liable for their actions or inactions related to an LLC. LLC Members’ Individual Liability Louisiana Revised Statute 12:1320 provides… Continue reading In Louisiana, Can A Member Be Held Liable For The Acts Of An LLC?
In Louisiana, insurance carriers are required to include uninsured motorist (“UM”) coverage on every automobile policy, unless the customer rejects the coverage in writing. At first glance, it may just seem that it’s just another fee that the insurance is kindly allowing you to opt out of, but having UM coverage is imperative, especially in… Continue reading What Is Uninsured Motorist Coverage in Louisiana?
In Louisiana, like everywhere else, the wheels of justice can seem to turn slowly. However, in certain cases, the plaintiff may require immediate action in order to prohibit someone from causing further damage. In such cases, injunctive relief may be appropriate. Injunctions seek to preserve the status quo of a relationship between parties and prevent… Continue reading In Louisiana, How Do I Immediately Stop Someone From Doing Harm?