"Ed Casey was a superb counselor, providing his concern and expertise, and ultimately reaching a fair settlement with the nursing home. In the most unfortunate of circumstances he not only got the job done, but also offered good humor and kindness along the way … He is one of the best personal injury attorneys in Oakland. Our family was very fortunate to find him, and we highly recommend him."
—E.E., Oakland, CA
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Oakland Injury Lawyer – Personal Injury Advocacy
The Law Offices of Edward C. Casey Jr.*, provides only the highest level of legal representation to injury victims and their families and obtains the maximum monetary recovery available by law. Mr. Casey and his staff pride themselves on their ability to be compassionate, intelligent, and aggressive in pursuing fair and just compensation their clients.
Oakland injury lawyer Ed Casey has helped a variety of clients throughout the city of Oakland including the communities of North Oakland, Lake Merritt, East Oakland, Oakland Hills, and neighboring towns like Emeryville, Albany, Berkley, Piedmont, El Cerritto and other East Bay cities. His law practice focuses on personal injury cases, including auto accidents, head & spinal injuries, motorcycle & bike accidents, construction accidents, product liability issues and many other types of injuries.
If you or a family member have been seriously injured or have been the victim of harassment, illegal or unfair practices, or abuse, please call us for a consultation with our Oakland injury lawyer. Even if you are not sure that you have a case, we are happy to provide you with a consultation and answer any questions you may have at no charge. Please do not hesitate to contact personal injury attorney Ed Casey. Someone from the office of Oakland personal injury lawyer Edward C. Casey Jr will respond to all inquiries promptly and courteously.
Reflections on the Law
by Ed Casey
- Statutes of Limitation: What is it and What are the Basic Rules? The Statutes of Limitations (“S/L”) are state laws (ie “statutes”) that place a time limit on when different kinds of lawsuits can be filed in court after an injury or damage has been incurred. The policy behind these statutes is to ensure that cases are ...