Understanding Attorney Fees

When people think of going to an attorney, one of the most common worries is how much it will cost. This is not only because lawyers can be expensive, but also because the ways clients are charged can be confusing. If you have experienced a personal injury and need to talk to an attorney, understanding the different fee options is very important. Hourly with Retainer Most attorney’s fees are based on an hourly Read More

Bagneris to participate in Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.’s voter registration drive

In October 2018, Suzette Bagneris is participating in Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.’s voter registration drive and cancer awareness activities. Read More

Bagneris to serve as a corporate sponsor of Nunez Community College’s Registration Fest

On October 22, 2018, Suzette Bagneris will serve as a corporate sponsor of Nunez Community College’s Registration Fest for its Paralegal Studies Program. Read More

4 Red Flags That Signal Your Case Will Go to Trial

If you are filing a lawsuit because of a personal injury, the chances are that your case will never actually go to trial. This is because the insurance company will end up settling with the plaintiff outside of court most of the time. Settlements can either be a good or a bad thing depending on what the offer actually is. In order to get the best possible settlement offer, you (and your attorney) need to be prepared Read More

Bagneris participates in Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.’s fundraising drive

In September 2018, Suzette Bagneris participated in Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.’s fundraising drive which raised $1 million to benefit historically black colleges and universities Read More

Bagneris serves as the co-chair for the Alpha Beta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority

On August 31, 2018, Suzette Bagneris served as the co-chair for the Alpha Beta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.’s 8th Annual “Jazzy Jeans Scholarship Brunch”. The event raised over $20,000 in scholarship funds that benefit students at historically black colleges and universities in New Orleans. Read More