Ryan Casey focuses his practice on litigating large and complex personal injury, wrongful death and product defect cases on behalf of injured individuals and consumers. Since joining Panish Shea & Boyle LLP, Mr. Casey has obtained favorable results through trial or settlement and successfully recovered millions of dollars for his clients in lawsuits against negligent individuals, public entities, and corporations, including the manufacturers and distributors of dangerous products. Mr. Casey is committed to advocating for his clients who have been injured as a result of individual or corporate wrongdoing and ensuring his clients’ interests are fully and justly represented.
In June of 2012, Mr. Casey was trial counsel with Brian Panish and Thomas A. Schultz in the matter of Sheth v. Schneider National Carriers, Inc. The Sheths were passengers in a vehicle when they were struck by a big rig and crashed into a median causing severe spinal injuries to Mrs. Sheth. After a month long jury trial a Riverside County Superior Court jury awarded the Sheths $36,482,302.56. Schneider National offered the Sheths $250,000 before trial. The verdict is believed to be the largest personal injury verdict in Riverside County history.
Mr. Casey graduated cum laude from the University of California Los Angeles with majors in Political Science and History before attending Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. While at Loyola Law School Mr. Casey was a member of the Loyola National Trial Advocacy team and was awarded the Karl Seuthe award for excellence in trial advocacy.
Mr. Casey is a member of the State Bar of California and the United States District Court for the Central District of California. He is an active member of the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, Consumers Attorneys of California and Beverly Hills Bar Association. Mr. Casey is also a member of the Political and Law School Outreach Executive Committees in the New Layers Division of the Consumer Attorneys of California.