“Life happens. We can help.” At Cheney Galluzzi & Howard, that’s not just a saying. It’s our founding philosophy and guiding principle. Life happens in a variety of ways. You or a loved one may be injured in an accident and need someone to seek justice or help make it right. Other times, you may be facing prosecution for something you did not do and need someone to stand in your corner to make sure your rights are protected. Other times, you might make a mistake and simply need someone to make sure that you can accept responsibility without the system taking advantage of you. At CGH, we help individuals through all of life’s obstacles.
The three founding partners of CGH knew exactly what they wanted when they created a law firm: to provide the highest quality legal representation with a human touch. They agreed from day one that CGH would never become a stuffy office with plenty of marble but no compassion. Plenty of money, but no empathy. They never wanted to lose sight of what drew them to the practice of law: people. With CGH, you will get the best legal representation available.
More than anything, results matter. We understand that as well as anyone. We do everything in our power to get you the best possible outcome. Sometimes, that can be a plea or a settlement that moves you past the incident and gets you back to your life. But other times, insurance companies or district attorneys just won’t budge. In those cases, trial is sometimes the only option to achieve true justice. It is at these moments where the value of CGH’s attorneys becomes apparent. Other firms may help you in the early stages of your case, but get cold feet when it becomes apparent the case is going to trial. CGH lawyers prepare for trial from the first day they take a case. CGH lawyers go to trial prepared to win.
Don’t accept a settlement offer that doesn’t make you whole. Don’t accept a plea that is fundamentally unfair. Call CGH today! 303.209.9395
Tim Galluzzi loves to represent people and thrives in the fight to protect his clients’ rights. Mr. Galluzzi fought professionally in mixed martial arts before attending law school, and his passion for challenge and competition carries over into his legal career.
Kevin Cheney wanted to be an attorney for as long as he can remember. Whether it was debating his bed time or helping his brother negotiate for extra dessert, Mr. Cheney always advocated for positions he believed in.
Daddy. Hubby. Fan. Activist. Truth Seeker. Student. Teacher. Believer. Leader. Follower. Optimist. Pessimist. Human. When asked to describe himself Travis Howard chose the words listed above.