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Jonathan M. Lee

jlee@chehardy.com

Jonathan M. Lee is an associate at Chehardy Sherman Williams who primarily handles personal injury cases for the firm. He graduated cum laude from Louisiana State University with a Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering in 2016. Following, Mr. Lee graduated magna cum laude from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law with a Juris Doctor degree in 2019. During law school, Mr. Lee was a member of the Loyola Law Review and the Loyola Moot Court Team. Mr. Lee is admitted to practice in Louisiana, the Eastern, Western, and Middle Districts of Louisiana, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

  • Why Chehardy Sherman Williams?

    Good plumbers are like good mechanics: they're difficult to find, and just because someone charges you like a professional doesn't mean they are a professional. What sets Chehardy Sherman Williams apart from other companies is that we actually provide high-quality results in a straightforward, simple way. No confusing language or hidden charges—just clear diagnosis and fast repairs. When you want a plumber who doesn't leave you feeling stressed or taken advantage of, call Chehardy Sherman Williams.

  • When are you available?

    Chehardy Sherman Williams offers regular service during normal work hours. We don't charge extra for weekend or night jobs, however, so we can work around your schedule without extra costs. Our team also offers 24-hour emergency service when you have a sudden plumbing disaster. No matter the day or hour, we'll be there to offer upfront service, satisfaction guarantees, and long-lasting repairs. While there may be an extra charge for emergency service, you'll know about them before we start—our customers always know what they're paying and why.

  • What are the symptoms that I need a plumber?

    Aside from genuine emergencies (water heater breaking down, pipe bursting, living room flooding, etc.), it might be difficult to tell when it's the right time to call a plumber. Here's what we recommend: if you smell an odor coming from your walls, garbage disposal, or flooring, call us. If you notice that there's an extra green patch on your lawn, call us. If you've been hearing a leak but haven't seen it, you'll definitely need to call us. None of these things are emergencies—but they are the precursors to major plumbing disasters.

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