By: Keith J. Landry We often question whether the subject injury exacerbated or aggravated a pre-existing injury. Or that perhaps a subsequent injury exacerbated or
Myths- Permanently and Totally Disabled (PTD) Claimants By: Andres Gomez Myth 1: The doctor decides when someone is PTD. There is a prevailing belief that
The discoverability and admissibility of social media evidence continues to remain a hot topic of discussion. There is not a single accepted definition of “social media,” but the Courts have not seemingly had difficulty in determining whether a particular service falls under the penumbra of “social media.”
Parker & Landry is pleased to announce that partners, Michael Parker and Corey Meaux, have been included in Acadiana Profile‘s 2022 list of Top Lawyers
The Covid-19 pandemic brought changes to the way we live and work that could never have been imagined only several years ago. Mask mandates, stay-at-home orders, court closures and travel restrictions are just a few of the “new order” of things that came to be from the pandemic.