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You Didn’t Know: Bobby Truitt

Bobby Truitt, a prominent lawyer based in Covington, LA, didn’t start out working in the small city that he finds himself in now. His career began in Metairie and New Orleans, and he eventually moved his business and his home to the Northshore area. His commitment to leaving the...
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There’s Something About Small Town-Living: Bobby Truitt

Historic brick buildings lining narrow two-lane roads, trees of every variety shading little cafes and boutique shops, and friendly faces everywhere you go: this is why Bobby Truitt, one of LCI’s most trusted workers’ comp case attorneys, loves living and working in Covington, Louisiana so very much. He’s lived...
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Take 5: Yvonne Rosen

Yvonne Rosen, Claims Manager Yvonne is the manager of the claims department. She has been involved with claims handling for over 30 years, working as manager/adjuster for both in-house claims departments and third-party administrators. Yvonne grew up in New Iberia, LA, and is now living in Lafayette with her...
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LCI’s Agent Appreciation Luncheon in Baton Rouge

Manager of Agency Relations Keith Summers and Marketing Rep Jay Jodah held yet another highly successful, and elegant, Agent Appreciation Luncheon at Sullivan’s Steakhouse in Baton Rouge on Tuesday, August 20. Insurance agents familiar with LCI and those who are new to us dined on perfectly-prepared steak, salmon, garlicky...
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You Didn’t Know: German Sarmiento

In 2010, the famed and eccentric actor Nicolas Cage inexplicably purchased a plot in St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 in New Orleans. The centuries-old cemetery which opened in 1789 is the final resting place of several famous and infamous New Orleanians like the Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau and the... Read More

Constructing Cities of The Dead: German Sarmiento of VGR Construction

There are a few images that come to mind when someone says, “New Orleans:” scenes of the French Quarter on a sunny day with Creole delicacies making the air fragrant with spices, taking a bumpy ride in a streetcar along St. Charles Avenue, or sipping a cold cocktail while... Read More

LCIA Wine’s Down on Wednesday

LCIA, the member services arm of LCI Workers’ Comp, invited members out to a summer wine tasting at Brady’s Wine Warehouse in New Orleans, LA on July 17th. The members were delighted to sample the five light, bright, and sometimes bubbly wines along with our Account Manager Sarah, Events... Read More

The Second Annual Spotlight On Solutions

Louisiana Comp Blog’s workers’ comp and insurance tech symposium Spotlight on Solutions brought together several leaders in the insuretech field to discuss new innovations in technology that they specialize in. Read More

Take 5: Keith Summers

Keith Summers, Manager of Agency Relations Keith Summers came to LCI in November 2018 after over 20 years in the workers’ comp industry. Keith spends his time interacting with insurance agents across the entire state of Louisiana so that they can understand the strengths of LCI. What’s your favorite... Read More

YDK: Todd Kelly

To be a successful private investigator, you’ve got to be ready to sit in a hot car for hours on end remaining alert the entire time. Vice President of Marketing and Sales of Genesis Information Services Todd Kelly explains, “It’s not as glamorous as TV makes it out to... Read More