New Orleans Pedestrian Accident Lawyers

Attorneys Who Understand Pedestrian Accidents

The New Orleans region is a dangerous place for pedestrians. Drivers at most intersections can turn right on a red light. They are supposed to watch for pedestrians before turning, but too often they fail to yield to people crossing the street and turn into them. Compounding the problem, traffic lights at even busy intersections frequently lack pedestrian control signals, and when in place they may not be up-to-date. Add in street cars and tourists who are unfamiliar with the area and the streets become ripe for pedestrian accidents.

The Greater New Orleans pedestrian accident attorneys at Frischhertz Poulliard Frischhertz Impastato LLC understand this dangerous mix of cars and people and have the experience and drive to seek full compensation for your personal injury claim.

Serious Injuries From Even Minor Accidents

Pedestrian injuries may involve serious injuries even for a seemingly minor accident. They include:

  • Broken bones
  • Head injuries
  • Back injuries

These injuries can result in long-lasting or permanent disabilities. If you are injured in a pedestrian accident, you need to be able to cover your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering and other costs that come with an injury. We assist injured tourists as well as residents of the New Orleans region.

Our law firm comprises attorneys who have practiced law for more than 30 years and young, driven lawyers who have a passion for helping injured people. We work together to deliver effective representation and seek full compensation for your injuries. We are willing and able to take your case to trial if insurance companies refuse to provide a fair settlement for you.

Greater New Orleans and Metairie Pedestrian Injury Attorneys

If you have been injured in a pedestrian accident, contact us online or call us at 504-264-9915 or toll free at 866-920-5611 right away. We will review your case during a free initial consultation. Our cases are handled on a contingency basis, meaning you do not pay attorneys' fees unless we recover for you.