What documents do you have that will prove that the account isn't yours. Do you have any letters from LBN agreeing with you?
What is working against you is that there is a judgment declaring that the judgment is yours which allows them to garnish your wages. The previous attorney that posted is correct. You will likely need to file a Motion to Vacate the judgment entered against you in order to stop the garnishment. If you can prove that they acknowledge the debt does not belong to you and filed the 2nd garnishment, you may have a claim under the FDCPA. More information on the FDCPA can be found on my website, linked below.
You would be better off returning to the court that issued the judgment to deal with this. Suing the creditor separately is unlikely to resolve this ongoing problem.
See a local attorney for representation. Hope this perspective helps!