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What is CompQuantum?

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.
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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!


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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.


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


Recent Trials

Committee to Re-Elect Judge Chip Moore v. Ardoin, 19th JDC
Elections
Bench Trial July 23, 2020
Jeanmard v. Arnaud, 15th JDC
MVA, Quantum
Bench Trial July 6, 2020
Rihner v. Habeeb, 24th JDC
MVA, Quantum
Bench Trial July 2, 2020

Recent Quantum Cases



Baack v. McIntosh
UM, Insurance coverage, MVA, Quantum
  • $425,000 - Baack, Martin
    • Lumbar injury with radicular complaints into left hip and lower extremity - two level 360 degree fusion at L4-5 and L5-S1 - laminectomy at L4 and L5 - left posterolateral fusion with bone graft from L4 to the sacrum

Third Circuit July 29, 2020
Kshirsagar v. State Farm Ins. Co.
Dog/cat or other domestic pet bite/attack, Quantum
  • $45,000 - Kshirsagar, Sushma : Jury general damages included $10,000 pain and suffering; $5,000 mental anguish and $1,000 loss of enjoyment of life
    • Dog bites to leg with penetrating wounds to calf and partial Achilles tendon tear causing chronic permanent pain - scar tissue impinging on a nerve in her lower right extremity
    • Anxiety and worry - counselor testified that plaintiff suffered from PTSD

Second Circuit July 22, 2020
Jeanmard v. Arnaud
MVA, Quantum
  • $20,000 - Jeanmard, Nancy
    • Neck and low-back soft-tissue injury - according to petition, complaints persisted 8 months after injury - conservative care

15th JDC July 6, 2020
Rihner v. Habeeb
MVA, Quantum
  • $18,000 - Rihner, Irene
    • Neck and back injuries treated about 18 months - recommended ESIs reportedly not performed due to poor health (cancer) - positive findings at multiple levels on cervical, thoracic and lumbar MRI exams - based on general damage award and fact of prior serious MVA, it appears judge accepted plaintiff incurred aggravation injuries

24th JDC July 2, 2020
Landry v. Doe
Professional liability - med mal, Quantum
  • $10,000 - Landry, Jamie
    • Dilaudid induced respiratory failure - medication improperly given to patient with Stage V renal failure

  • $300,000 - Landry, Jennifer
    • Wrongful death of husband from respiratory failure

  • $200,000 - Landry, Austin
    • Wrongful death of father from respiratory failure

  • $200,000 - Landry, Haylea
    • Wrongful death of father from respiratory failure

First Circuit June 26, 2020