Your Baton Rouge Attorneys & Law Firm: DeJean Law

Going to Battle For You

Felix Anthony "Andy" DeJean IV

When you hire a lawyer, you need someone who will be at your side fighting for you, someone that will go to battle for you. Andy is that man. When the evidence and the law seem stacked against you, and when you are backed into a corner, that is Andy’s moment to shine. Andy comes from a long line of sturdy attorneys who have always fought in court to represent the best interests of their clients. Andy is not like other attorneys: When he stands up in court for a client, you can bet he will make your voice heard. He is fighting for you and that fight is always personal for him. Hiring Andy to represent you, your battle can be won.


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DeJean Law Office: Baton Rouge Attorney

Felix Anthony "Andy" DeJean IV

Unlike other firms, our business model is not based on volume or quick settlements. We work passionately to create smart, effective strategies that mean the best results for our clients. We are never afraid to go to trial if we feel that is your best option. Years of experience have given us high-level skills in picking juries, presenting evidence, cross-examination, communicating with local judiciaries and taking on big players, including large insurance companies. We have one goal, and that is to win.

Client Success

We are proud of the results we have achieved for our clients, including millions of dollars in settlements, as well as Not Guilty verdicts in complex cases with tough odds. Our victories stem from two factors: our aggressive, never-quit attitude and our ability to work side-by-side with our clients as we explore every angle that might benefit them. Nothing is off limits as we fight for your rights or your recovery.

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Here are some examples of our recent successes.


Our client was charged with a Hit and Run fatality, and the case went to trial twice. The first ended in a mistrial due to a hung jury. We continued to represent our client in a second trial, and despite the state introducing evidence that he was over the legal alcohol limit, the jury returned with a unanimous Not Guilty verdict.

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Criminal charges dropped. Tables turned. $2.2 million settlement in fraud suit.

A client came to us having been wrongly accused of felony theft in a commercial construction case. We were able to get those charges dismissed. Subsequently, we filed a civil lawsuit and eventually proved that it was actually the accusers who had committed fraud. The company had stolen money from our client and his subcontractors in a financial shell game. We recovered a $2.2 million settlement to make our client and his subcontractors whole.

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Maximum Recovered for Personal Injury Case

In this case, our client had injuries to his neck, cervical spine, chest, head, and multiple sprains and contusions from a car accident with an underinsured motorist. Our office was able to recover the maximum from the defendant tort fessor and the maximum from his UM (Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist) as well as negotiate his medical bills down to compensate him for his injuries, pain, and suffering.

News & Blog

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One Moment Starts a Movement

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Like most of us, Andy DeJean is pressed to get everything done in a day. Often, he just doesn’t have enough hours. But one day he took a moment to…

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“We understand the impact a legal issue can have on your way of life. Let us help you fight this battle.”

~Felix Anthony “Andy” DeJean IV