|Casey has racked up many victories as lead counsel and second chair counsel in federal and state court, including two Texas Supreme Court Cases that set the legal precedent for premises liability lawsuits against government entities (City of Corsicana V. Stewart and Denton County V. Beynon).
Casey is the proud parent of a one-year-old son, Henry. He and his wife, Elayna, are members of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Dallas, Texas and devote their time in service of the Church and the community.
Casey is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Bar Association of the Fifth Federal Circuit, the Texas Municipal League, the Texas City Attorneys Association, the Dallas Bar Association, the Texas Association of Counties, and the Texas Association of Defense Counsel.
Attorney Bio: Tom M. Thomas II
Since starting his own practice in 2005, Dallas trial lawyer Tom M. Thomas II has focused on representing individuals whose rights have been violated by corporations or other individuals. Tom is dedicated to protecting the rights of his clients and has a track record of success in fighting for his clients both inside and outside of the courthouse.
His cases include American Title Co. V. BOMAC Mortgage Holdings, L.P., a breach of contract, fraud, and Deceptive Trade Practices Act case that resulted in a substantial jury verdict which was upheld on appeal. Tom has successfully tried numerous other cases throughout the state of Texas to final judgment with success.
Tom graduated from the Baylor University School of Law after just 27 months. He obtained his bachelor's degree at Texas Tech University, where he graduated with honors and was a member of three national honor societies.
Tom is also the proud father of two little girls. Before going to law school, Tom worked as a financial consultant with a Wall Street investment bank and also as a financial analyst with a Big 5 consulting firm. Tom is also former Dallas Police Officer who was presented with the prestigious Certificate of Merit by the Dallas Police Department. He received an honorable discharge when he decided to pursue full time law practice.