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Disturbing allegations in a new lawsuit against the Catholic Church in New Orleans... Endured sexual and physical abuse at the orphanage and youth homes, Madonna Manor & Hope Haven.

April 2022: The MDL Paraquat class action judge will have a status conference on April 1st to review where the litigation is headed and how best to take the bellwether lawsuits forward for trial in November 2022. 44 new paraquat lawsuits have been added to the MDL in the last two weeks. At this pace, April 2022 will be the busiest month for new files yet. Last week, the parties filed their class-action bellwether picks with the Paraquat MDL judge. Those choices, however, have not been made public.

May 2022: In the last month, over 50 new cases have been added to the Paraquat Lawsuit Multidistrict Litigation (MDL). A group of six patients was recently selected by the Paraquat MDL court for the initial Paraquat Parkinson's disease bellwether trials. As a result, the first trial in November 2022 is approaching soon. The strategy is to select 16 paraquat claims from among the almost 1000 Parkinson's disease litigation claims filed. Following some limited fact discovery in these instances, paraquat attorneys on both sides submitted a preference list to the MDL court, ranking the 16 cases in order of priority. Attorneys for plaintiffs seek the finest facts for their clients, while defense attorneys want the worst. The judge whittled the list down to six Paraquat claims based on these rankings.


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We represent victims abused by church leaders and authoritative church officials. If you or a loved one has been sexually abused by a Catholic priest or clergy member while at Madonna Manor in New Orleans, you may have legal rights to compensation. Contact us today for a Free Claim Review.

The Louisiana Child Victims Act went into effect on August 1, 2021. The Child Victims Act assists New Orleans sex abuse victims by allowing them to seek justice for their abuse, even if it occurred years ago with the help of a three-year-look-back window. So many children are sexually abused at a young age by trusted adults or institutions. These experiences may instill feelings of fear and shame in them, leading them to remain silent about their abuse rather than speak out. The Child Victims Act enables these victims to come forward when they are more mature, well-rounded, and capable of speaking up about their abuse.

Madonna Manor, a Catholic orphanage that provided services to at-risk boys between first through fifth grade in New Orleans, is under investigation for multiple sexual and physical abuse claims. Dozens of boys at Madonna Manor and Hope Haven were sexually abused in a variety of ways. The perpetrators were not just one or two people but included Archdiocesan priests and seminarians, orphanage visitors and workers, School Sisters of Notre Dame nuns, and Salesians of Don Bosco priests. Many boys were sexually abused by multiple people, and they were frequently abused in front of each other at off-site camps and in the on-campus homes of orphanage workers, seminarians, and Salesian priests.