Lamothe Law Firm in the News – New Orleans Archdiocese Bankruptcy

Frank Lamothe and the Lamothe Law Firm were recently featured on a New Orleans channel WDSU newscast. Since the Archdiocese of New Orleans has filed for bankruptcy, survivors of abuse by clergy and other Catholic Church employees should file any claims against the Archdiocese without delay. If they do not file before the bankruptcy deadlines, they will not be able to make a claim against the Archdiocese of New Orleans later. Claims may be filed for abuse that happened at any time, even 50 years ago.

The trial lawyers at Lamothe Law Firm have substantial experience pursuing these claims and are passionate about finding justice and the best possible results for the victims. If you are a survivor of child sexual or physical abuse by a clergy member of the New Orleans Diocese, please don’t hesitate to

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As of August 1, 2021, Louisiana allows survivors of child molestation a three-year window to pursue allegations in civil court – regardless of how long ago the misconduct occurred.

 

If you or someone you love was sexually abused as a child at church, at school, in a healthcare setting, while participating on a sports team, or as a member of an organization, please contact us today for a confidential consultation about your situation.

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