Baton Rouge Bike and Pedestrian Accidents Attorney

Bicyclists and pedestrians have a right to use Louisiana's roads. Cars and other vehicles have a duty to use caution and engage in safe driving behaviors to prevent serious injuries. Unfortunately, many people are injured in bicycle and pedestrian accidents each year in Baton Rouge and neighboring communities.

At my Baton Rouge, Louisiana-based law office, Vincent J. DeSalvo, Attorney at Law, I represent clients who were injured in bike and pedestrian accidents caused by another party's negligence. I will take the time to listen to your situation, gather the evidence, and prepare a case that will give you the best chance to maximize your financial compensation.

With more than 30 years of personal injury experience, I am prepared to take on the most difficult cases involving large insurance companies and other complex legal issues. Contact me online or call 225-927-7035 to schedule your free initial consultation to discuss your claim.

Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Bicycle Injury Lawyer

Bicyclists and pedestrians can be injured even when they take all the necessary precautions. These individuals, however, often do not fare well against drivers who control much larger, heavier vehicles and are engaging in dangerous or distracting behavior such as:

  • Texting while driving, putting on makeup or engaging in some other type of distracted driving
  • Failing to give bicyclists or pedestrians sufficient space or the right of way
  • Failing to spot a bicyclist or pedestrian crossing the street

Behaviors like these can cause innocent bicyclists and pedestrians to suffer very serious injuries, including broken bones, traumatic brain injuries or even death.

Contact a Houma Pedestrian Injury Attorney Today

Contact my Louisiana law office online or call 225-927-7035, to schedule your free initial consultation with an experienced attorney. I will work hard to help you recover the maximum amount of compensation you are entitled to and will protect your rights throughout your entire case.