NOBLESVILLE, INDIANA (May 21, 2024) — Church Church Hittle and Antrim (CCHA Law) is pleased to announce that Lynsey David has joined the firm, working within CCHA Law’s Litigation and Insurance Defense practice sections. Licensed to practice in both Indiana and Kentucky, Lynsey brings a wealth of experience and expertise.

“Our litigation practice has been growing in recent years by leaps and bounds. And in light of that, we are delighted to welcome Lynsey to our firm. Her experience and acumen will provide additional strength to our litigation practice and enable us to continue to serve our clients with vigorous and timely representation,” said Alex Pinegar, Managing Partner.

Lynsey’s legal practice is primarily focused on representing public entities throughout all phases of administrative proceedings and litigation. Her clients include a diverse array of sectors, such as school districts, higher education institutions, and municipal departments, including police and fire.

With a robust background in both state and federal courts, Lynsey is well-versed in managing cases involving wrongful death, catastrophic injuries, and property damage. Before her tenure at CCHA Law, she worked at a well-respected civil litigation law firm in Indianapolis, specializing in the representation of commercial carriers and drivers.

“Lynsey is a skilled litigator who is enthusiastic about her work. She is also a delightful person who connects with others effortlessly. We are excited to have her on our team,” said Libby Roberts, Partner in CCHA Law’s Litigation Practice Group.

Originally from Kentucky, Lynsey is a proud “Hoosier transplant.” Her dedication extends beyond the courtroom; she is passionate about promoting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives both within and outside of CCHA Law. Furthermore, Lynsey commits her time to mentoring young lawyers, aiming to pay forward all the support she has received in her career. 

Outside of her professional responsibilities, Lynsey is an avid reader who cherishes quality time with her two sons. She also leads an active lifestyle, carving out time for workouts, which she humorously describes as a love/hate affair.