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La. Prac. Civ. Trial § 5:166
Louisiana Practice Series
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September 2023 Update
Louisiana Civil Trial Procedure
Hon. Billie Colombaro, John W. deGravelles, Esq., David R. Frohn, Esq.
Chapter 5. Evidence: Burden of Proof, Admissibility and Objections
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§ 5:166. Motion in limine—Exclude evidence plaintiffs' receipt of benefits from collateral source, portion of cause of action is subrogation claim, recovery not subject to taxation
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