Immunity and/or Limitation of Liability/Rights

Julius P. Hebert Jr. and Brian J. Marceaux - Wednesday, May 27, 2015

If a claim or lawsuit is brought against you, Louisiana law has numerous immunity statutes that either grant total immunity or limitation of liability. It is advisable that if there is a claim against you or you are sued, consult an attorney concerning whether you may be immune or have limited liability, whether it is personal injury, commercial, corporate, limited liability company, or otherwise.

By example, a property owner was not held liable for injuries to a person who was riding a lift that broke at the property owner’s camp. The court held there was no be liability because the property owner was entitled to Recreational Immunity.

If you have questions on your liability, please contact Hebert & Marceaux for an appointment.

This is for information only and not legal advice. An attorney should be consulted on a particular case or situation.