Following Casey's military service in the Army and Air Force, he attended and graduated with honors from Cooley Law School. There he received several honors and awards for superior academic performance. After obtaining his license to practice law in Michigan, Casey was employed as a claims adjudicator (rater) by the Veterans Benefits Administration. There he became intimately familiar with processes and laws governing VA benefits, giving Casey an "insider's" understanding as to how the VA decides claims.
After being admitted to the Michigan Bar in 2011, Casey became an accredited VA attorney and was admitted to practice law before the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC). Casey is intimately familiar with laws governing veterans’ benefits and has competently represented veterans on appeal since he began practicing law in 2011. Casey’s legal expertise, coupled with his experience as a former VA employee, uniquely qualify him as an effective VA attorney and advocate.