Serving The Baton Rouge Area Since 2001

Has A Car Accident Left You Feeling Woe? Geaux Cascio!

Even though your car accident was the other driver’s fault, you are the one paying the price. Serious bodily injuries have left you disabled and unable to work. You need expensive medical treatment that could wipe out your savings or leave you drowning in debt. The negligent driver’s insurance company has made a settlement offer, but it would not come close to covering your medical care, lost wages and other expenses.

Located in Baton Rouge, the Cascio Law Firm, is here to help you fight for maximum compensation after an auto accident. For more than 20 years, Chris Cascio has practiced personal injury law. He began working on the insurance side, so he knows how insurance company adjusters and lawyers think. He is not intimidated by their tactics. Working with Chris means your case will end with the best possible settlement or court verdict.

Legal Help For All Types Of Motor Vehicle Collisions

Contact the firm if you have been injured in any type of motor vehicle accident, including:

  • Car accidents
  • Collisions with 18-wheelers and other commercial trucks
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents

Chris Cascio understands that dealing with the insurance company while you are recovering is too much of a burden for most people. He will take charge of negotiations while keeping you in the loop. His advice will make it simple for you to make key decisions. Once your case is resolved, you will be able to focus on getting better without having to worry about the expense.

Learn Your Rights After A Serious Crash

The Cascio Law Firm, holds drunk drivers, distracted drivers, speeders and other negligent motorists accountable for their actions. If a dangerous driver has seriously injured you, contact the firm’s Baton Rouge office and schedule a confidential consultation with Chris. He will listen as you describe what happened to you and explain your options for compensation. Call 225-267-5680.