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COVID-19 Changing How Louisiana Residents Bank

By February 22, 2021Resources

COVID-19 has made many changes in our lives over the past year, from mask wearing to social distancing.

But according to a recent article in The Advocate, the pandemic also changed how Louisiana residents bank. The article – “Two of Louisiana’s Largest Banks Closed 34 Branches, As Pandemic Sends Customers Online” – highlights changes across the state as a result of less foot traffic in branch locations.

Fishman Haygood attorneys are tracking how COVID-19 is affecting the way we bank, invest, and spend our money. If you believe that you may have suffered financial losses due to the misconduct of a financial professional, we may be able to help. Please contact us to discuss your potential claim.

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