Lamothe Law Firm Newsletter April 2022

Kris Losee of Lamothe Law Firm in New Orleans by Kris Losee

What You Need to Know – Sexual Assault Awareness

Contents:

Recommended Steps You Can Take to Preserve Your Rights if You Are Sexually Assaulted

Seven Signs You May Have Been Groomed for Sexual Assault

New Law Helps Child Abuse Survivors Seek Justice and Benefits Society

The End of Forced Arbitration of Sexual Misconduct Cases

Closing the Law Enforcement Consent Loophole Act

Frank Lamothe Included Among 2022 Super Lawyers in Louisiana

Maritime Attorneys Frank Lamothe and Richard Martin

Lamothe Law Firm Best Lawyers 2018
U.S. News Best Law Firm Badge
AV Preeminent Rating Badge
American Board of Trial Advocates
New Orleans Magazine top Lawyers
Super Lawyers Badge
National Association of Distinguished Counsel Top One Percent Badge
MultiMillion Dollar Advocates Forum Badge
National trial lawyers Badge
2018 CityBusiness Leadership in Law Award

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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