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Pamela N. Breedlove

Pamela N. Breedlove has been licensed to practice law in Louisiana and Georgia since 1992. The first fifteen years of her practice was primarily litigation oriented, including medical malpractice defense, commercial litigation, defense of municipalities and individual employees against federal and state constitutional and tort claims, employment litigation, family law, successions, and general litigation.

Civil & Family Mediation

Mediation provides an opportunity to settle legal disputes without traditional litigation. It saves time and money, and in many cases, makes it possible to continue relationships once a dispute is resolved. This is why mediation is such a popular option for resolving civil and family disputes.

Police & Fire Civil Service Law

Police and firefighters are viewed as authority figures in every community. They risk their lives to protect those of the citizens. Unfortunately, police officers and firefighters sometimes are accused of making mistakes and need legal representation.

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Archives for January 2015

Minimizing Risk and Maximizing Compliance: How Attorneys Assist in Healthcare Law

Healthcare administrators and facility owners have a broad range of compliance needs that must be met. Usually there are employees and teams in place to help ensure compliance with these rules, but it’s beneficial to have an attorney to help inform the individual and teams responsible for these ventures. [Read more…]

Why Handling Your Appeal Alone is Risky

It is not uncommon to determine that you no longer wish to work with your trial attorney when it’s time to file an appeal — even if you believe that your attorney did the best job possible to represent your interests.  However, considering the highly complicated nature of Shreveport appellate law, it is generally in your best interest to be represented by an attorney in an appeal. [Read more…]

When Can Sole Custody Be Awarded?

Louisiana, like many other states, has laws that require judges in child custody cases to consider the best interests of the children. If both parents are able to reach an agreement regarding custody on their own, judges will often approve this arrangement so long as it appears to be in the best interests of the children. [Read more…]

The Benefits of Having Louisiana Municipal Lawyer on Retainer

As a representative of a municipality, there are many responsibilities and challenges you likely face in the modern environment. In Louisiana, it’s important to remember that attempting to manage all of the highly technical challenges of your enterprise on your own is difficult if not impossible, that’s where having a Louisiana municipal lawyer on retainer is very helpful. [Read more…]