Lawyer Casey Goodrich joined Acumen Law Corporation in 2016 after completing his J.D. at Thompson Rivers University Faculty of Law. Prior to law school, Casey obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from the University of British Columbia. While in law school, Casey volunteered in TRU’s Legal Clinic, helped organize the annual Law Students Conference, and acted as a mentor under the school’s Mentorship Program. Casey is a strong advocate for increasing access to justice, and has volunteered with the Access Pro Bono Society of British Columbia.
Casey focuses on driving matters. You can rely on Casey to build a persuasive and strong argument to negotiate with ICBC adjusters in order to obtain the best possible result. Casey has successfully represented clients in both BC Supreme Court and Provincial Court. Additionally, Casey has successfully challenged dozens of driving offences.
Casey is willing to work the late hours to ensure a job is properly finished. He prides himself on being accessible to clients, and you can be sure he will be in constant communication about your case. Casey also has extensive experience in criminal matters.
In a recent case, Casey successfully argued for a three-month driving prohibition to be revoked. Here’s 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 Drivers 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!”
Casey is currently a member of the Vancouver Bar Association and the Canadian Bar Association.