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Online Research

Online tools for trial and appellate court case law research provide the most up to date and comprehensive personal injury options available to Louisiana lawyers. Our tools are designed by and for practicing lawyers
  • Quantum searches by specific injury, combination of injuries, body part and treatment.
  • Locate final and interlocutory trial court judgments by parish, judge and attorney.
  • Demographic data for all 64 Louisiana parishes.
  • Expert and physician databases.

Contract Research and Production Services

CompQuantum subscribers can contract for supplemental trial court research services. Need to file or oppose a motion? Find out if the trial court has ruled on your issue before. Don't limit your understanding to published appellate opinions. Know what's really happening in the trenches. If it's in a suit record, CompQuantum will connect you with information that powers your arguments. Seize the advantage!

CompQuantum Newsflash and Newsletter

CompQuantum's email news service delivers the latest critical cases to your inbox with concise summaries and commentary. Send registration request to

Begining January 2018, CompQuantum's Newsletter summarizes hearings, trials and appellate opinions of the preceding month.

The LAw Blog

The CompQuantum LAw Blog is where lawyers keep up and catch up with Louisiana personal injury litigation. Whether it is the latest groundbreaking reversal from Louisiana's Supreme Court, a U.S. Fifth Circuit opinion or a surprise jury verdict in Rapides, we've got you covered for courthouse news and current events.

Continuing Legal Education

InCode Research, L.L.C., the developer of CompQuantum, is a Louisiana Supreme Court MCLE approved sponsor of seminars for continuing education credit. CompQuantum CLE seminars deliver exceptional content on Louisiana personal injury practice. Attendees agree:
  • "The most helpful and real world CLE I’ve attended in a long time."  Craig Davidson
  • "CLE was great. I really enjoyed it. Can’t often say that about a CLE."  Erik Tadda
  • "Informative regarding big picture. Items that are generally not covered. Greatly enjoyed!!"  Luke Williamson
25% tuition discount for subscribers at CompQuantum sponsored events!

Updated Regularly

CompQuantum's appellate database is updated every week. Trial court updates present unique difficulties that we embrace as intellectual challenges. Finding the latest from the trial courts is one of our passions. CompQuantum subscribers get more information, more often and in more depth. CompQuantum is the only full service Louisiana personal injury research and media service.

Check out the latest quantum cases below. Recent cases can be viewed without a subscription!

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Recent quantum cases

Slayton v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
Merchant Liability, Falling merchandise, Quantum
  • $7,500 - Slayton, Madeline S.
    • Cervical soft tissue injury - including aggravation of pre-existing degenerative changes - approximately three month injury treated conservatively

24th JDC March 14, 2018
Bayard v. Cameron, Inc.
Industrial accident, Diversity, Quantum
  • $1,050,000 - Bayard, Brayton
    • Comminuted left wrist fracture - multiple surgeries concluding with wrist fusion
    • Depression and anxiety

USDC-WDLA March 12, 2018
Ben v. Baldwin & Lyons, Inc.
MVA - 18 wheeler/tour bus, Quantum
  • $195,000 - Hairston, Rickie
    • Subluxating patella and torn meniscus in left knee - surgical repair
    • "Cervical pain with radiculopathy"
    • "Post-traumatic headaches"
    • Lumbar pain
    • Right arm nerve pain

Third Circuit March 7, 2018
Stogner v. United Services Auto. Assoc. Ins. Co.
MVA, Quantum
  • $60,000 - Stogner, Michael
    • Shoulder injury - arthroscopic surgery
    • Lumbar injury - treated with ESIs, facet injections and radiofrequency ablation with future RFA recommended

19th JDC March 6, 2018
Lehon v. Schwartz
MVA, UM, Quantum
  • $69,000 - Lehon, Daniel : Judgment amount of $20,000 against Allstate under Mississippi UM coverage. Plaintiff settled with liability insurer prior to trial.
    • Broken nose aggravating pre-existing deviated septum resulting in deformity ("nose is crooked") - surgical repair
    • Neck and back injury treated more than eight months - reasons for judgment state plaintiff declined injections or surgery, but no injury description suggests more than soft-tissue and no confirmation that any invasive treatment was recommended

Civil District Court Feb. 28, 2018