If you or a member of your family has been involved in an accident, Christian Creed will help you and your loved ones get back on your feet.
Christian earned his B.A. from Louisiana State University in 1992, and then went on to graduate with honors from Loyola University New Orleans School of Law in 1995. After receiving his Louisiana Bar Admission later that year, he began practicing law in northeast Louisiana and has continued to represent clients throughout the state ever since. If you or a member of your family has been involved in an accident, Christian Creed will help you and your loved ones get back on your feet. Whether arranging to have your damaged vehicle repaired, renting a vehicle while yours is in a repair shop, or helping you recover lost wages and medical care expenses and general damages, including pain and suffering, disability, disfigurement, and inconvenience, Christian Creed is the experienced and local choice.
Since establishing Creed & Creed in 1998, Christian has believed that a focused practice, outstanding client service, and a thorough knowledge of the law give his clients the best possible personal injury legal representation. His dedication to this standard of representation reflects his commitment to his clients, as well as his community, where he is affiliated with many worthy causes and non-profit organizations.
Christian is very involved with the United Way of northeast Louisiana, which strives to improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of our community to advance the common good. Christian is a past recipient of the United Way Community Spirit Award Christian, has served as Steamboat Chairman of the United Way Annual Giving Campaign, and is an Alexis de Tocqueville Society donor.
Christian is the former president and a long-time board member of the Louisiana Purchase Boy Scouts Council. He participates with the annual Boy Scout Food Drive and has assisted with its fundraising efforts for many years. Christian has also served on other nonprofit boards and participates as an active member and volunteer for various organizations, including Med-Camps of Louisiana, NELA Red Cross, News Star Editorial Board, Share of NELA, Shelby’s Wish, Prevent Child Abuse Louisiana, and P.E.E.P, Inc. He also has served on the Salvation Army Advisory Board for more than 20 years and formerly served as its board chairman.
Christian also sponsors many events to help bring the community together. In fact, Christian was the initial title sponsor of Delta Fest and the Monroe/West Monroe Downtown Art Crawl. Creed and Creed is the proud past recipient of the Bart Award, which recognizes the contribution by a business or individual to the arts by the Downtown Arts Alliance. Christian previously served as a volunteer at the Masur Museum. He also served as chairman of the board and board member for the Twin City Arts Foundation. He also sponsored and worked to promote the North Delta Ramble. In addition to these events, Christian has sponsored both the annual Northeast Louisiana Easter Egg Hunt and Meet Santa events in Northeast Louisiana.
Creed and Creed is also one of the principal sponsors of the annual St. Jude Hospital Dream House Giveaway, Stuff-a-Bus Toy Drive, and the NELA Salvation Army Homeless Shelter.
Creed and Creed is the proud title sponsor of the Eddie G. Robinson, Sr. Football Classic at Grambling State University and the ULM Bayou Jamb, which are the local high school football jamborees that showcase our area's high school football talent, while also encouraging academic excellence and community involvement among their participants.
Creed and Creed proudly supports local schools and students by donating school supplies and library books, hosting school supply drives, and lending financial assistance by underwriting the cost of academic and athletic events, including sponsoring honor roll breakfasts for many area middle and high schools. He is also a proud sponsor and supporter of the efforts of the NELA Children's Museum, Ronald McDonald House, Children's Coalition of Northeast Louisiana, Northeast Louisiana Veterans Association, Cancer Foundation League and Life Share Blood Center, which designated Creed and Creed the Partner of the Year. Moreover, Christian was the 2016 recipient of the City of Monroe’s Nashall Harris Humanitarian Award, which recognized his outstanding contributions to the community and dedication to its progress and development.
Christian takes pride in the local community and is always looking for ways to give back and to help improve the lives of others.