Julien Lamothe

Auto Accidents: What is The Difference Between Catastrophic Injury and Personal Injury Claims?

It is estimated that 3 million people are injured in auto accidents in the U.S. every year. While some of these injuries may be minor, others result in life-long conditions that can seriously impact the victims’ quality of life and place a significant financial strain on the family. Victims injured in auto accidents are eligible… Read More

What to Do If You Are Injured While Using Public Transportation

It’s easy to assume public transportation is safer than driving our own cars. Every time we get onto a bus, train or streetcar or other forms of public transport, we’re placing our trust in the driver’s competency. Yet, accidents do happen, and getting the medical care you need might prove costly. Public transport accidents often… Read More

Who is Responsible for a Slip or Fall on a New Orleans Sidewalk?

The term “slip and fall” describes injuries many people sustain in the state of Louisiana. Every year, thousands of people experience the detrimental, potentially debilitating Louisiana’s impact of slipping or falling as they’re walking on the sidewalk. Sometimes, it doesn’t matter how careful an individual is; there can still be unforeseeable factors that affect someone’s… Read More

Common Injuries After a Rear-End Collision

If you’ve been rear-ended by another vehicle and think you’re okay, you should still see a doctor for a complete checkup. A doctor can check for signs of the hidden injuries that are often associated with rear-end collisions, as well as provide important baseline medical documentation of your injury, should you ever decide to file… Read More

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The Archdiocese of New Orleans Has Filed Bankruptcy


 

Clergy sexual abuse survivors must file their claim by March 1, 2021 or risk losing their right to compensation.

 

If you or someone you know endured sexual assault or abuse at the hands of a clergy member at any time,

 

PLEASE CONTACT US TODAY so we can help you file your claim.

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