Casey Goodrich joined Acumen Law Corporation as an articling student in 2016 and was called to the British Columbia Bar in 2017. He completed his J.D. at Thompson Rivers University Faculty of Law. While in law school, Casey volunteered for TRU’s Legal Clinic, helped organize the annual Law Students Conference, and acted as a mentor in the school’s Mentorship Program. Prior to law school, Casey obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree, with a major in Sociology, from the University of British Columbia.
Casey’s practice areas include civil litigation, personal injury, and administrative law. He has experience representing clients before the British Columbia Supreme Court and Provincial Court. Casey negotiates with ICBC on a daily basis. He has experience assisting clients with insurance coverage disputes, motor vehicle personal injury claims, and driving prohibition appeals. Casey takes an efficient and effective approach to resolving issues, keeping matters out of the courts whenever practical to ensure that he keeps costs down for his clients.
In a recent decision, Casey successfully argued for a three-month driving prohibition to be entirely revoked. Here is what the client said:
“Thank you so much for the great news! My family and I are really thankful with you. I will go to apply for my BC Driver’s Licence as soon as possible. Now I can continue with my new life in this great country. It has been really difficult for me in this situation and of course I have learned my lesson. Thank you very, very much for all your support. I really appreciate it!”
If you have an issue with ICBC or a civil matter, do not hesitate to call Casey at 604-370-3050. The first consultation is always free.