Casey brings a holistic approach to the law by seeking to understand his clients’ needs in and out of the courtroom to better help them get the best results for their individual situations. Whether his clients are recently injured or seeking representation after they have started treatment, his first priority is ensuring they feel supported to heal to the maximum extent possible.
As a personal injury attorney Casey has seen success disputing unfair settlements clients have entered into prior to obtaining an attorney. He believes nobody who has already been involved in a traumatic accident should be pressured into a settlement before they have had the opportunity to clearly evaluate their options.
Casey’s diverse legal and professional experiences include assisting with adoptions and family law litigation at a private law firm, client advice to non-profit organizations as well as operational management roles within a federally qualified healthcare setting. He formerly worked with the Washington State Attorney General’s office representing and advising the Department of Social and Health Services.
Prior to graduating law school from Gonzaga University, Casey served in the United States Navy Reserve from 2006-2012. He deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in 2011 where he worked closely alongside U.S. Army personnel in a counter insurgency role. While in the Reserves Casey completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Montana in Geography with a minor in Mountain Studies.
Casey’s interests outside the law include cooking with friends and family, trying to keep up with his two kids, and pursuing whatever hobby he’s currently passionate about. He also enjoys reading fiction, playing chess, and pretending to like whatever interior design show his wife is watching.