Schysm v. Boyd, et al., 47 So.3d 977 (La. Ct. App. 2010)

(state Department of Transportation not liable for plaintiff's injuries sustained in auto collision with horse on interstate; horse owner 30 percent at fault essentially under theory of res ipsa loquitur; plaintiff 20 percent liable due to high blood-alcohol level; plaintiff entitled to damages for loss of earning capacity and future mental pain and suffering). 

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