Casey joined Pandit Law as an associate in 2016. Although Casey is interested in many areas of the law, she focuses her practice on:
flood insurance cases, with an emphasis on federally-backed flood insurance;
post-disaster property damage cases;
first-party property cases, especially for damage to hotels;
premises liability cases, generally;
negligent security cases, especially involving third-party criminal actors; and
personal injury cases, especially those involving ride-sharing services and rental car companies.
Casey is proud to serve as a member of the American Bar Association’s Disaster Legal Services Program, which provides immediate temporary legal assistance to disaster survivors at no charge. She speaks French.
"Suing for Punitive Damages Under Another State's Law," Louisiana Advocates, July 2018, Vol. XXXIII, No. 7
"Bozeman and the Dual Nature of the Collateral Source Rule," Louisiana Advocates, February 2018, Vol. XXXIII, No. 2
Co-Instructor of “Starting from Scratch” at Loyola University of New Orleans College of Law, a course designed to empower law students to start their own law firm.
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