Defective Allergan Breast Implants

More than 300,000 women undergo breast augmentation in the U.S. each year. Some involve breast reconstruction after a mastectomy, while others may involve elective cosmetic breast enlargement, and saline-filled or silicone gel-filled implants are often used in the procedures. Women who have breast implantation expect that the implants will be safe. For the thousands of… Read More

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

Injuries Caused by Medical Device Plate and Screw Products

Patients rely on KLS Martin and other medical device makers to thoroughly test their products and ensure they comply with federal safety standards. Sometimes, because of design and manufacturing defects in interpositional screws, plates, and bone screws or due to medical negligence patients have suffered unnecessary injuries. Titanium is considered highly biocompatible, meaning that surgical… Read More

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

From Zach Hiner, Executive Director, at the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP) “This year’s Child Abuse Prevention Month is a little different thanks to COVID-19. But just because we’re practicing social distancing doesn’t mean that we must be isolated, alone, or die. Throughout April we will be providing you with content that… Read More

IVC Filter Complications

IVC Filters Doctors have used Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) Filters for years to prevent blood clots from reaching the lungs, despite causing severe side effects. These side effects are a result of failures of doctors, advising, and product manufacturing and placement. Some patients are diagnosed with a high risk of a blood clot. It is… Read More

Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests

Here’s a message from Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP): “As the Coronavirus continues to rage across the globe and our neighbors, colleagues, and friends start practicing things like “social distancing,” self-quarantines, and work-from-home, this can lead to something that many survivors are all-too-familiar with: isolation. Remember that while the world is shutting… 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

Lamothe Law Firm is Open for Business as Usual

COVID – 19 Announcement Even through this Covid-19 disruption, our firm remains open for business. We are continuing to work on our clients’ cases. We are still accepting new clients. We are here for you. Lamothe Law Firm is fully digital and all of our employees can and will work remotely, if necessary. All of… 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

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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.


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