Louisiana Mental Health Commitment/Interdiction Proceedings
When people are admitted to the emergency room or are admitted to the hospital and are mentally incapacitated, unable to give informed consent, or mentally ill, and no family support, they may need to be placed in appropriate long-term care or have a curator appointed to make decisions on their behalf. If this is not a voluntary procedure, it may become necessary to undertake the commitment proceedings process detailed under Louisiana mental health law or perhaps file an interdiction proceeding.
As such, a skilled legal team is of paramount importance.
As one of the most experienced and trusted health care law firms in Louisiana, Watson, Blanche, Wilson & Posner, LLP, is prepared to bring its expertise to efficiently and conscientiously conduct commitment proceedings and interdictions from start to finish with the best results for hospitals, physicians, patients and families.
If you or your organization is faced with a commitment or interdiction proceeding issue or you have concerns that you may be in the future, Watson, Blanche is here to provide the guidance and assurance necessary to look out for the best interest of your organization, its patients and their families.