Paparazzi generally feel that one of the prices of fame is putting up with, well...paparazzi. Fame tends to come with a reduced right to privacy, since everything you do when you're famous is of public interest.
If you've never been seriously injured before due to someone else's negligence, you may not realize that your time to take action to protect your rights is actually limited by law.
In 2016, four teenagers conspired to beat and rob a 56-year-old Louisiana man as he stayed in a Motel 6.
The internet has made people comfortable sharing their personal lives with dozens or even hundreds of people online. However, there are usually still some things that people choose to keep private -- and they may not realize how important that privacy is until they lose it.
If you've been out on the highways and city streets lately you've probably noticed an increase in the number of trucks on the road.
Nobody wants to be hurt in a car accident and nobody wants to cope with the agony that comes after the accident -- the insurance claim.
Louisiana is somewhat unique among the states when it comes to its attitude toward social hosts who allow guests or patrons to become visibly intoxicated.
Over the past few years, automakers have promised to have self-driving cars on Louisiana roads by the end of the decade. While this initially may have been simple sales rhetoric, legislative steps are being taken that bring their promises closer to reality.