The Kiechler Law Firm
The Kiechler Law Firm is a firm with a foundation based around 2 major principles: (1) This is not a traditional law firm, but it is based on the same principles that you would expect from dealing with other types of businesses. (2) We put ourselves in your shoes and treat our customers how we would like to be treated.
Our office is in Lubbock, Lubbock County; however, we continuously are providing legal services throughout all the counties of the South Plains.
• Bailey County (Muleshoe) • Briscoe County (Silverton) • Castro County (Dimmitt) • Crosby County (Crosbyton) • Dawson County (Lamesa) • Deaf Smith County (Hereford) • Dickens County (Dickens) • Floyd County (Floydada) • Gaines County (Seminole) • Garza County (Post) • Hockley County (Levelland) • Lamb County (Littlefield) • Lynn County (Tahoka) • Motley County (Matador) • Parmer County (Farwell) • Terry County (Brownfield) • Yoakum County (Plains)
Misdemeanor, Felony, Appeals, Assault, Burglary, Driving Under the Influence (DUI), Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), Early Release from Probation, Minor in Consumption (MIC), Minor in Possession (MIP), Essential Need Licenses, Possession of a Controlled Substance, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of Marijuana (POM), Public Intoxication (PI), Theft, Traffic Tickets, Revocation of Probation
Back and Neck Injuries, Bicycle and Pedestrian, Boating, Car Accidents, Commercial Truck and 18 Wheeler, Disfigurement, Motorcycle, Oil Field, Premises Liability, Product Liability, Whiplash, Wrongful Death
Cities we serve
Brownfield, Terry County | Crosbyton, Crosby County | Dickens, Dickens County | Dimmitt, Castro County | Farwell, Parmer County | Floydada, Floyd County | Hereford, Deaf Smith County | Lamesa, Dawson County | Levelland, Hockley County | Littlefield, Lamb County | Lubbock, Lubbock County | Matador, Motley County | Morton, Cochran County | Muleshoe, Bailey County | Plains, Yoakum County | Post, Garza County | Seminole, Gaines County | Silverton, Briscoe County | Tahoka, Lynn County