BUILDING A RELATIONSHIP BASED ON TRUST
A firm foundation for every case
We take the time to prepare you.
Going through the process of litigation can sometimes be a little intense. However, we at the Cheek Law Firm, LLC do everything that is necessary to prepare you for this process. We will meet with you personally and talk with you at great length to give you all of the information and support you will need. We want you to feel comfortable and at ease, and we make sure that we reach that goal.
We explain the situation.
Every case has its own unique variables. We will take a very thorough look at your case, including the evidence and the relevant laws and legal information. We will analyze it and then explain the important parts to you. This way, you will know exactly what is going on for your case.
We educate you on the pertinent legal issues.
Depending on your particular case, there will be certain laws and other legal information that will apply. We will take care of all of the research needed to handle your trial, and we will educate you on the information that you need to know. This way, there will be no surprises for you, and you will have a solid understanding of the key information for your case.
We arm you with knowledge and confidence.
Knowledge is critical for success in law. With our expertise and experience, we will make sure that you have every single piece of critical information that you need to optimize the knowledge required for your case. Having this knowledge will give you confidence while going through the litigation process.
A SMART CHOICE
FOR ATTORNEY REFERRALS
“The highest compliment I can receive is to be referred to one of your clients.”
Many of our cases are referred to us by reputable law firms.
The Cheek Law Firm is currently accepting referrals from law firms for cases involving mesothelioma, lung cancer, pharmaceutical liability, product liability, premise liability and the opioid crisis.
LICENSED LOUISIANA STATE ATTORNEY
Lindsey Cheek is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association. She has been practicing law in the state for years. Not only is she highly familiar and comfortable with the nuances and particularities of Louisiana state law, but she is also well versed in the Napoleonic Code, or old civil law, which is still prevalent in Louisiana.
It is also important to know that every other state in the country uses the Uniform Commercial Code. However, Louisiana does not. It uses its own Napoleonic Civil Code, and Ms. Cheek is extremely well informed in this area. To be a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association is not an easy feat, and not all attorneys can accomplish it.