Main Menu ${}${SEMFirmNameAlt}
Call Us Toll Free at 800-259-1005

November 2017 Archives

The importance of title insurance

Most people in Louisiana long for and plan for the day they can buy their first home. Owning real estate is one of the most important rights and freedoms America has to offer. Property ownership not only enhances self esteem, but also provides a permanent place for a family to live, grow and thrive.

Fire hazard risk poses danger to numerous BMW owners

Often, a product that malfunctions or is manufactured incorrectly results in injury to one person or a small group of consumers. In some cases, however, a fault in a specific product line may pose a danger to large numbers of people. For example, car owners in Louisiana and across the country might suffer injuries due to a certain make and model of vehicles that contain manufacturer defects that could cause accidents or other mishaps.

Easements and preliminary title reports

When you are buying a piece of real estate in Louisiana, you should carefully evaluate and review any potential easements that may exist on the property. Even if you have bought and sold other properties in the past, you will want to know about some of the pitfalls of relying on preliminary title reports for all of the documentation and information related to an easement.

What is nerve damage?

There are many causes for damaged nerves, and Louisiana residents like you could end up dealing with the inconvenient and painful consequences. If you notice any of the following signs or symptoms, it could mean that your nerves have suffered from some sort of trauma.

What are easements?

Real estate owners in Louisiana may someday have use for an easement. There are many different situations that easements may apply to, but what exactly are they? How do they impact real estate or land owners like you, and how can you use them to your advantage?

Lundy Lundy Soileau & South, LLP

Main Office: 501 Broad Street Lake Charles, LA 70601 | Phone: 337-439-0707

Mailing Address: PO Box 3010 Lake Charles, LA 70602 | Fax: 337.439.1029