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Lamothe Law Firm is a personal injury, wrongful death, and business litigation law firm known for providing high quality, aggressive representation for individuals and businesses in New Orleans and the Gulf South.
With a passion for justice Frank Lamothe and his team of attorneys aggressively pursue the select cases he accepts, concentrating on each client’s case as if it were the only one.
A highly experienced and extremely skilled trial lawyer, Mr. Lamothe has won numerous multi-million dollar cases during his career in federal and state courts throughout the country, including Louisiana, Arizona, Florida and Mississippi. He is intensely committed to helping his clients win and is willing to go the extra mile and beyond for each and every one.
Throughout the legal community Mr. Lamothe has developed a stellar reputation as a trial lawyer who conducts himself with integrity, as well as an attorney who is always well prepared, qualities that are key to winning cases. He has a strategic purpose behind everything he does and that is how he operates 24/7.
The Lamothe Law Firm has developed a well-respected concentration in serious personal injury and wrongful death disputes involving maritime, offshore and Jones Act claims as well as oil field, industrial, truck and motorcycle accidents.
In business law, the firm has had substantial success in the areas of business torts, contracts, breach of fiduciary duties, employment and LLC breakup cases.
The Lamothe Law Firm also has particular experience in sexual abuse cases, representing 70 victims of clergy sex abuse, which garnered over a $5 million settlement.
Mr. Lamothe has been consistently recognized as one of the leading litigators in Louisiana by Best Lawyers-U.S. News, Super Lawyers, American College of Trial Lawyers, American Board of Trial Advocates, the Litigation Counsel of America and The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100.
Best Lawyers-U.S. News has ranked the Lamothe Law Firm as a Metropolitan First Tier Law Firm in New Orleans for Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiff.