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For your convenience, Creed & Creed has offices in Monroe, Alexandria, and New Orleans. We have been serving clients throughout Louisiana since 1995. We have built our reputation for excellence upon our ability to consistently deliver outstanding personal injury representation to the people who live and work in our community and the surrounding areas. We are committed to providing our clients with high quality, cost effective legal service.
Christian and Catherine Creed focus their practice in the area of personal injury litigation, including auto and 18-wheeler accidents and admiralty law, including offshore and brown water accidents and social security and disability claims. Christian is a skillful trial attorney for those who have been hurt and is an effective, persuasive negotiator. He is also a licensed investigator and has formerly worked as a claims adjuster for several national insurance companies. Christian’s former work with insurance companies makes him familiar with the techniques and strategies used by insurance adjusters and personal injury defense lawyers. This experience gives our clients a great advantage when negotiating settlements on their behalf and developing their cases for trial.
Creed & Creed Law Offices is a fully licensed and insured firm that uses state-of-the-art technology partnered with a friendly, efficient staff to provide outstanding legal services. We are always available to personally meet with our clients and welcome your interest in our firm. We encourage you to contact us by phone, email, or to come by and visit our offices.
Our commitment to our community extends beyond our practice of law. Christian has served and continues to serve on several boards, including the American Red Cross, Med Camps of Louisiana, Ouachita Valley Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Salvation Army, ESGR and the United Way. Christian’s commitment to community service is evidenced by his being selected by the United Way as the first recipient of the Community Spirit Volunteer Leadership Award, the Monroe Chamber of Commerce James Shipp Business Award, and the 2017 Better Business Good Neighbor Award. Christian has served as president or chairman of the NELA Salvation Army, Twin City Arts Foundation, and the Louisiana Purchase Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Catherine is the past co-chairman of Prevent Child Abuse of Louisiana (Monroe, LA chapter), an active volunteer with United Way, and a sustaining member of the Monroe Junior League.
Christian and Catherine Creed are recipients of numerous awards and accreditation, and belong to a long list of community, state and national attorney associations.