4.0 stars 5 totalReview Sean Casey
Posted by Rick
I first met Sean in 2006. He represented me in a ADA case. I resigned my position, and negotiated receiving Unemployement from my Employer. After advice from a friend, I sought representation in regards to filing a ADA case, since I am legally blind. Sean consulted with me, and stated it would be difficult but he would take my case. My former Employer was represented by Buchanon and Ingersol (One of the largest Coporate Law Firms in Pittsburgh). After Sean did all the legal filings. We ended up in an arbitration meeting. It was Sean against three B&I Attorney's. It took most of the day, however, Sean negotiated a sizable monetary settlement on my behalf. Sean also represented me in a dispute for my current (Self Employed) company, which I am the Owner. There was a accusation of "Gross Misconduct", which could have ended with my contract betting terminated. Sean pointed out the obvious holes in there accusation. The final decision was the total and complete dismissal of the accusation. There is no other Attorney I would want sitting beside me when it comes to EEOC, and ADA. I am quite confident that Sean is just as capable in the other areas of his Practice.
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I hired Sean to represent me in a matter involving my former employer. Besides litigation being extremely difficult in any situation, I was also pregnant, adding an entirely different layer to the normal stress of litigation. This was the first time I was involved in litigation and I was very nervous generally speaking. Sean, not only being a great advocate throughout the entire process, was also extremely sensitive and compassionate about my pregnancy and took things at my pace. While zealously pursuing my case, Sean also took great care to advise of any concerns in the case and made sure I knew what was happening every step of the way. At the end, I was very pleased with the result that I got and was very happy to have worked with Sean. Of course, I hope not to be involved in litigation any time soon, but if I am, Sean will be the first call I make. I strongly recommend him not only for his expertise in the areas of labor/unemployment compensation law, but the manner in which he handles himself both with his clients and with the opposing parties/counsel.
Posted by Kathleen
I visited Mr. Casey a week ago and paid him a $200 consultation fee concerning my workman's comp case and workplace issues. I suffer from PTSD due to a co-worker threatening to kill me and had an panic attack before my appointment due to wrong directions and showing up late as a result. Mr. Casey eventually offered me a tissue and did give me counsel as to my situation. He promised to email me documents so I could file a claim with workman's comp on my own. That was over a week ago and I called a few days ago to follow up and be sure he had the correct email for me and knew how to contact me, although I had filled out paperwork at the beginning of my appointment. His assistant promised he would get back to me.
I'm still waiting for the promised documents and feel that because Mr. Casey offered to send them, it was included in the fee that I paid. He cashed my check the day after my appointment but has neglected to email me or follow up with a phone call.
Posted by Betty
Mr. Casey represented me in two separate cases. He is a professional, knowledgeable, dedicated and thorough attorney. He kept me informed throughout the entire process. Never did I feel I was left in the dark. He is always accommodating as far as appointments or answering questions. I highly recommend Mr. Casey!
Posted by Rick
Mr. Casey represents me on a workers compensation matter. He was always available to speak with me, and would often bear the brunt of my anger, but he did so in a much needed compassionate manner. He also has a brilliant legal mind and takes on the " vicious world of insurance adjusters " with a aggressiveness that is inspiring