LCI’s Agent Appreciation Luncheon at Sullivan’s Steakhouse

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, May 21. Insurance agents familiar with LCI and those who are new to us dined on perfectly-prepared steak, salmon, garlicky...
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LCIA’s Family Day At The Knock Knock Museum

LCIA’s first Family Day of 2019 was so much fun! Members and their families were treated to a day of fun at the Knock Knock Museum in Baton Rouge with a full catered lunch. Event Coordinator Amanda Tinney and Account Manager Sarah Guarisco were on-hand to greet each visitor...
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LCI’s Agent Appreciation Luncheon At Annadele’s Plantation

LCI Workers’ Comp held another successful Agent Appreciation Luncheon on Tuesday, April 30th. The event was held at the beautiful Annadele’s Plantation in Covington, Louisiana, and it featured delicious house-made food including Chicken and Artichoke Pasta, Fried Catfish, Whipped Potatoes, and decadent Bread Pudding.
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LCI Sponsors The Urban Conservancy’s Urban Heroes Celebration

LCI sponsored The Urban Conservancy’s Urban Heroes Celebration in which five prominent New Orleans citizens were recognized for their efforts at furthering and preserving the culture of the city.
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LCIA’s February 2019 Workers’ Comp 101

LCIA hosted LCI’s first Workers’ Comp 101 educational luncheon of 2019 at Zea Rotisserie Restaurant in Kenner, Louisiana. Several small business owners were invited out to learn about their policies and ask questions about workers’ comp. Read More

Comp Blog Interviews At LWCEC

Nina Luckman of Louisiana Comp Blog powered by LCI spoke with several attendees and speakers at the Louisiana Workers’ Comp Educational Conference held in New Orleans. Aubrey Chigwada, Insurance Manager of Virginia WCC, spoke about how people of different generations work together in his office. Greg Gilbert, Senior Vice... Read More

WCAC Meeting Celebrates Barber Win, Focuses on Guideline Updates

Nina Compton, Louisiana Comp Blog   The Workers’ Compensation Advisory Council (WCAC) met yesterday in Baton Rouge. Amid an explanation of the Barber case, Office of Workers’ Compensation Administration (OWCA) Director and WCAC Chair Sheral Kellar emphasized the work that still must be done, especially on the Medical Treatment... Read More

The Future of Water in Louisiana – About the Water Campus

The Water Campus is approximately a 35- acre development in Baton Rouge located along Nicholson Drive, just South of I-10 and downtown, adjacent to the Mississippi River. The project, once completed, will be home to researchers, scientists, engineers, and many other professionals who will collaborate around common issues regarding... Read More

Water Management Case Study: North Louisiana’s Sparta Aquifer

Aaron Lusby, Director, Louisiana Tech Rural Development Center   All About Aquifers Aquifers are naturally occurring repository areas for groundwater that accumulated over thousands of years from rain or snow melt that percolated through layers of rock below the surface of the earth. As water repositories, aquifers are used... Read More

The Business Case for Water Management

Dana Eness, Executive Director, Urban Conservancy   It’s a rainy day in New Orleans, and cars are crawling through water up to their wheel wells. On commercial corridors, some of the business owners have already placed sandbags near their doors, ready to position them around their thresholds when they... Read More