Updated: Aug 16, 2022
We had the pleasure of interviewing this inspirational BOSS located in Greensboro/High Point, North Carolina! Let’s see what this she has to say!
Tell us about yourself!
My name is Attorney Chimeaka White. I am a storyteller and I believe in telling the TRUTH. I am a personal injury attorney and I’ve been serving my community for over 14 years. In my capacity as a National Civil Rights and Personal Injury Attorney, I protect those who have been injured at no fault of their own. As an attorney, it is my responsibility to make sure my clients are not taken advantage of by insurance companies that place profits before people. Because of this, I fight to obtain Justice for Pain. I represent the families of those whose loved ones were victims of police killings.
Why did you choose the profession you are in?
While working as a personal injury paralegal, I realized that I truly enjoyed being a voice for people. As a paralegal, I was limited on how much assistance I could actually provide to those in need. As such, it became apparent to me that I would have to become a lawyer to be more effective in this area. Fast-forward to 2017, I became a licensed attorney in North Carolina. I am also licensed in Mississippi.
Who or what is your number one motivator and why?
Being consistent in life motivates me. In addition to that, Attorney Benjamin Crump, Attorney Harry Daniels, and Attorney Chris Stewart also serve as motivation in my professional career. These three prestigious attorneys have inspired me to push my legal practice to a higher level by encouraging and assisting me to file stronger complaints, preparing and coaching me for hearings, and teaching me how to think outside of the box as a personal injury attorney.
What do you like to do in your free time?
In my free time, I enjoy relaxing, reading, shopping, learning, traveling, container gardening, taking photos, arts and crafts, and taking great care of myself.
If you can name one person that helped you get to where you are now, who would that person be and how did they help you?
The list is long of who has helped me to get to where I am today. Too many to name. However, first and foremost, I would like to thank GOD for having grace and mercy upon me. For placing the right people in my life to assist me on my journey. Next, my mother, Yvette White, for being there to help raise my kids so that I could attend law school. NCCU School of Law for believing in me. My kids, Harmony and Sincere, for being patient with me. My sister, Crystal White, for obtaining her paralegal certification to assist me at my law firm.
How can the community get in touch with you?
To stay in touch with Chimeaka White you can visit her website below: