Callison v. Livingstone Timber, Inc.

Summary

Callison v. Livingstone Timber, Inc., 849 So.2d 649 (1st Circuit) , LA ,   2003,   Report Type: N/A

Appellate Panel :

N/A

Trial Type :

judge

Trial Judge :

N/A

Trial Court :

N/A

Plaintiff's Lawyer :

N/A

Defendant's Lawyer :

N/A

Injuries

Loss of timber, property damage, mental anguish.

Tissue :

N/A

Did Plaintiff Have Surgery? :

n/a

Treatment Length :

N/A

Pre-existing Conditions :

N/A

Award change on appeal:

unchanged

Damages

General Damages :

$3,800

Past Medicals :

$0

Future Medicals :

$0

Past wages :

$0

Future wages :

$0

Loss of Consortium :

$0

Other Damages :

$0

Total :

$3,800

Case Details

Suit Reason :

Plaintiffs filed suit against timber company that harvested trees on their land while performing a logging operation.

Award Reason :

Plaintiffs awarded $2,000 to restore the land, $1,200 for value of the timber, and $400 for the loss of a buffer zone. No damages for emotional harm awarded since plaintiffs did not seek treatment.