Posts Categorized In: Sexual Assault

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

LaFASA continues to serve their centers and sexual assault survivors. They are available Monday thru Friday at 888-995-7273 to provide assistance and necessary resources. Join them online everyday throughout April! LaFASA has promoted the following events to help promote awareness: LaFASA’s DAILY SCAVENGER HUNT “Everyday in April at NOON on Facebook and Instagram. Our virtual… Read More

Frank Lamothe’s Recent Interview with LaFASA

The Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault (LaFASA) recently posted this message about their interview with Frank Lamothe where he answered questions that surround the legal journey a sexual assault survivor faces: “Have you ever wondered the difference between a criminal and civil case against a perpetrator? LaFASA has a great relationship with Lamothe Law Firm,… Read More

Challenges and Gaps in Louisiana’s Efforts to Address Human Trafficking

The Louisiana Legislative Auditor has recently released a report, “Challenges and Gaps in Louisiana’s Efforts to Address Human Trafficking.” The report states that there are some regions of the state that have addressed some human trafficking concerns, but a concerted statewide campaign is needed to alert Louisiana residents how to recognize and report suspected cases… Read More

Information to Protect Yourself and Pursue Your Rights

In “Rape, Sexual Assault, and Sexual Abuse – Protect Yourself and Pursue Your Rights,” a new Lamothe Law Firm eBook, attorneys Frank Lamothe, Kristi Schubert, and Julien Lamothe share information and offer guidance on how to protect yourself against the harm of sexual abuse and assault, including: Don’t Believe the Myths About Rape Workplace Sexual… Read More

Helpful Things to Know When You Report a Sexual Assault to the Police

It’s common for sexual assault survivors — including the parents of children who have been sexually assaulted — to hesitate before calling law enforcement. The emotional and physical toll of sexual assault is profound, and survivors may feel embarrassed, confused, and self-blaming about what happened. Reporting a sexual assault to the police is also about… Read More

Metro Centers for Community Advocacy

Since 1986, Metro Centers for Community Advocacy has provided services for survivors of trauma to the Greater New Orleans area including Jefferson, Orleans, St. Bernard, Plaquemines, St. Tammany, St. Charles, St. John and St. James Parishes. All services are free and confidential. Metro’s Mission: “To break the cycle of violence and aid survivors of domestic… Read More

The New Orleans Family Justice Center

January is National Stalking Awareness Month. 31% of women who are victims of stalking are also sexually assaulted. We would like to highlight the New Orleans Family Justice Center who provides services to survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, child abuse, stalking and human trafficking. The New Orleans Family Justice Center, located at 701 Loyola… Read More

LaFASA’s Louisiana Sexual Assault Centers

There is help for survivors of sexual assault. The Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault (LaFASA) has 11 accredited Sexual Assault Centers in Louisiana. From LaFASA’s website – “Local sexual assault centers are an essential resource for survivors, their loved ones, and their communities. These local organizations are supporting people through a very vulnerable time in… Read More

Personal Safety for Passengers Using Uber or Lyft

From the Washington Post, “Uber discloses 3,000 reports of sexual assault on U.S. rides last year in its long-awaited safety study.” This is the first time a ride-sharing company has disclosed the scale of this safety problem. Both Uber and Lyft say they have implemented changes to address these safety concerns including increased screening and… Read More

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The Archdiocese of New Orleans Has Filed Bankruptcy


 

Clergy sexual abuse survivors must file their claim soon 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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