Casey is an experienced trial lawyer who has handled a number of jury trials, non-jury trials and evidentiary hearings. His peers have recognized Casey for his skill, and he is rated AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubble. Casey focuses his practice on business and commercial litigation, including disputes involving insurance, contracts, businesses, loan enforcement, securities litigation, government law, construction defects, real estate, land use, employment law, judgment collection and asset recovery. He is also experienced in U.S. Bankruptcy Court proceedings, U.S. Tax Court proceedings, criminal defense, landlord-tenant rights and education law.

Prior to joining Tanner Bishop, Casey served as an Assistant State Attorney in the Fourth Judicial Circuit, where he gained valuable trial and litigation experience prosecuting a variety of crimes. Casey began his civil practice as an associate with a boutique firm in St. Augustine, practicing in the areas of general civil litigation, business litigation, use and real estate law, landlord-tenant law, education law, tax law and criminal defense. While practicing in St. Augustine, Casey was involved with initiating Truancy Court before the Circuit Court of St. Johns County, a program designed to address truancy problems within the St. Johns County School District.

Casey is a member of the Florida Bar, the Jacksonville Bar Association, the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, the Jacksonville Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, as well as the U.S. Tax Court. Casey is an alumnus of the Chester Bedell American Inn of Court. Casey enjoys giving back to the community by participating in pro bono programs and acting as a member of the Board of Directors for the United Way, St. Johns County. Casey recently gave a presentation on behalf of the United Way regarding common legal concerns and issues facing not-for-profit organizations. Casey is a Jacksonville native and now lives in St. Augustine with his wife and their three children.