Bizer & DeReus fights for the civil rights of all Americans.

We concentrate on promoting access for disabled and minority groups as well as on protecting consumer rights. Since the founding of the firm in New Orleans in 2010, we have developed a national presence with local partnerships in several states. We also work with attorneys fluent in sign language who can assist our deaf and hard of hearing clients.




Bizer & DeReus Prevail in Making the St. Charles Avenue Streetcar Accessible for Wheelchair Users

Bizer & DeReus Settle ADA Lawsuit Against Queens College; Agrees to Spend at Least One Million Dollars on Accessibility
Carlotta Mohamed, Times Leager

Bizer & DeReus Prevail in Forcing the City of New Orleans to Make Its Bus Stops Compliant for Wheelchair Users
Wilborn P. Nobles III, The Times-Pecayune

Separate federal lawsuits filed against two Northshore hospitals
Heath Allen, WDSU

Consent decree forces St. Charles Streetcar line to become wheelchair accessible
Aubry Killion, WDSU

New Orleans faces lawsuit over inaccessible bus stops
Hilary Scheinuk, | The Times-Picayune

New Orleans St. Charles Streetcar under fire for lack of wheelchair access
Chris Granger, | The Times-Picayune

Non-ADA compliance lands Shreveport three lawsuits
Zach Beaird,

Navigating New Orleans by wheelchair is needlessly hard
Jarvis Deberry,

Jefferson Parish sued over park’s lack of access for disabled
Diana Samuels,

New Orleans reaches settlement in case that says 94 percent of bus stops not ADA-compliant
Wilborn P. Nobles III,

Deaf Students Sue Louisiana Community College System

St. Charles Avenue Streetcars Must Offer Wheelchair Access, Consent Decree Says
Greg LaRose, The Times-Pecayune

Uber slapped with ADA lawsuit from wheelchair-using New Orleanians
Beau Evans, The Times-Pecayune

Bizer & DeReus Secures $50,000 Settlement from University Medical Center for Failure to Provide Sign Language Interpreters to a Deaf Woman
Wilborn P. Nobles III, The Times-Pecayune

Disabled Saints fan sues Superdome

Deaf Slidell resident sues local nursing home over inadequate interpreter service.