Frank E. Lamothe, III is a seasoned trial lawyer with years of experience handling personal injury, wrongful death, and sexual assault cases. He has a stellar reputation as an extremely skilled trial attorney who conducts himself with integrity as well as an attorney who has always maintained the highest standards of professionalism. Frank Lamothe has tried and won numerous multi-million-dollar cases during his career in federal and state courts throughout the country including Louisiana, Arizona, Florida and Mississippi. As a personal injury trial lawyer, Frank Lamothe has particular experience in sexual abuse and assault claims, maritime, offshore, Jones Act and oil field claims as well as industrial, trucking and motorcycle accident cases. He represented individuals who have suffered losses in the BP Oil Spill and served on the economic loss task force in the federal court litigation filed in the matter.
He is an invited Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers an invitation only fellowship of preeminent trial lawyers. He is listed in all editions of the Best Lawyers in America. He has been inducted into the 2023 Law Dragon Hall of Fame, which is limited to 45 lawyers in the nation. He is a past president of the Louisiana Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates and the New Orleans Chapter of the Federal Bar Association.
Frank Lamothe has earned his reputation through superior trial skills and verdicts won through diligence, hard work and experience. As one trial consultant commented: “You are a no-nonsense, business-like, precise courtroom practitioner who asks questions in a straight-forward and rapid manner. You relentlessly draw out a witness until you secure all information needed or required and you methodically pursue your agenda regardless of irritation, interruption or pressure.”
Mr. Lamothe receives frequent referrals from other attorneys who appreciate his vast trial experience in personal injury litigation. As one colleague said: “He is one of the finest trial lawyers in the United States. He is also a shining example of what it means to be a true professional: dedicated to helping others, unfailingly polite to fellow attorneys and members of the public, diligent in all cases he undertakes.”
Another colleague commented: “I have been practicing law since 1979, have been around many excellent trial lawyers. Without question, you are at a completely higher level and without question the best trial attorney I have ever been associated with. I sincerely mean that but for you the resolution of our case would have had far less zeroes in the final settlement number. All I can say is that you are the Peyton Manning of the trial bar…I highly recommend you to anyone who has a large case and needs the expertise of superstar.”
He has also been involved in legal education. He taught Trial Advocacy at the Tulane University School of Law, the Paul F. Hebert School of Law at Louisiana State University, and the School of Law at Loyola University in New Orleans. He has served on numerous seminar programs and has lectured at numerous continuing legal education programs in the areas of personal injury and death claims and a variety of subjects relating to his trial practice. Among his civic activities, he created the Lamothe Charitable Fund, which is primarily dedicated to abused children’s causes.
While Frank is honored by such distinctions, he is most proud of being a dedicated husband and father of three children. Outside of the home, his leisure activities include reading, travel, motorcycle touring, Krav Maga (martial arts) training, and competitive cycling.
PERSONAL INJURY AND WRONGFUL DEATH LITIGATION
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