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Kristi Schubert is Featured on the TentMakers of Louisiana Podcast about Unmasking Sexual Abuse

Lamothe Law Firm attorney Kristi Schubert is featured on the TentMakers of Louisiana podcast, Unmasking Sexual Abuse: Understanding, Healing & Prevention. Letitia Peyton, Executive Director at TentMakers of Louisiana says, “Bold & direct! Kristi Schubert is phenomenal in our latest podcast.” Frank Lamothe, Kristi Schubert and Julien Lamothe have won numerous verdicts and negotiated life-changing… Read More

LLF Attorney Kristi Schubert Featured on LPB Regarding Lookback Law

 LLF attorney Kristi Schubert was recently a featured guest on the show “Louisiana: The State We Are In,” The Lookback Law. The show is anchored by Kara St. Cyr and Karen LeBlanc, and presented by Louisiana Public Broadcasting. “Legislators unanimously passed Louisiana’s Look Back Law, extending the statute of limitations for victims of childhood sexual… Read More

Kristi Schubert Speaking at TentMakers of Louisiana Event – Unmasking Sexual Abuse: Understanding, Healing and Prevention

TentMakers of Louisiana supports survivors of clergy sexual abuse. The TentMakers of Louisiana mission: “TentMakers of Louisiana is an organization dedicated to fostering hope, healing, and justice for survivors of clergy sex abuse. Our primary objectives are to bring restoration, joy, and a renewed sense of life to those who have been affected. We provide… Read More

A convicted former NOPD detective who admitted to molesting children to be released to a halfway house

Ramon Antonio Vargas’ article, The Guardian: An ex-child abuse US detective admitted to molesting minors. He could soon be free. “A former child sex crimes detective who admitted to molesting children during his New Orleans policing career, has been in and out of prison for images depicting the sexual abuse of minors, and has been… Read More

Frank Lamothe and Kristi Schubert Speak about LA Supreme Court Ruling

“State high court rejects Louisiana law that gave child sex abuse victims second chance at justice,” writes Michael Carroll, The Louisiana Record. The Louisiana Supreme Court “found that the new law violated the due process clause of the state constitution.” LLF attorney Frank Lamothe says, “The plaintiffs effectively lost their chance to seek justice due… Read More

Louisiana Supreme Court Strikes Down Look-Back Window as Unconstitutional

The Louisiana Supreme Court has overturned the state law that gave childhood sexual abuse victim more time to file lawsuits. The law was passed in the Louisiana State Legislature in 2021 and gave these survivors a three year window in which to file their lawsuits against their perpetrators. WDSU-TV Louisiana State Supreme Court Strikes Down… Read More

Frank Lamothe Honored as a Leading Plaintiff Lawyer

Lawdragon, a leading legal publisher, has selected Frank Lamothe to its list of 2024 Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers. Lawyers for this guide are selected through a time-honed process of independent journalistic research and submissions. This award salutes Frank and other lawyers who have made it their mission to help clients find justice. Mr…. Read More

LLF Attorney Kristi Schubert – Look-Back Window for Childhood Survivors of Sexual Abuse

Lamothe Law Firm attorney Kristi Schubert was interviewed by WDSU-TV regarding recent Louisiana legislation seeking to extend the look-back window for childhood sexual abuse survivor claims. Prior to the 2021 legislation, children who were sexually abused had to file a civil lawsuit against their perpetrators by the age of 28. The average age for survivors… Read More

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