Casey Kaufman has represented injured people for over 15 years. He specializes in matters against insurance companies, government entities, large corporate interests, and product/medical device/pharmaceutical manufacturers.
Casey graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in Environmental Sciences. While at the University of San Francisco School of Law he was a published member of the USF Law Review.
Casey Kaufman is licensed to practice law in California, Arizona, Nevada, Washington, and the District of Columbia. He has experience across a wide variety of personal injury matters and has successfully represented clients who have suffered life-changing injuries or have lost a loved one.
For his entire career, Casey has been very active in local and state-wide legal associations that focus on access to justice and consumer safety issues. Casey was the chair of the Consumer Attorneys of California New Lawyers Division and has been a member of the CAOC Board of Governors for over 10 years. He is also currently on the Board of Directors for the Alameda-Contra Costa County Trial Lawyers’ Association.
Casey has lived in the Bay Area for over 25 years, currently in Alameda with his wife and three children.
Full Investigation of the Accident Scene Can Reveal Other Responsible Parties, Advocate, May 2017
The Person Most Qualified Deposition – Tools and Tips, CAOC Forum, March/April 2016
Fully Investigating the Car vs. Pedestrian Incident, Plaintiff Magazine, July 2015
The Public Entity Case for the Pedestrian and Bicyclist, Plaintiff Magazine, July 2014
Bauman, the Supreme Court, and the Gutting of General Jurisdiction, The Trial Lawyer, Spring 2014
Order of Putting on your Witnesses, CAOC Forum, November/December 2012
The Quest for Diversity in the Plaintiffs’ Bar: Statistics and Reflections, The Trial Lawyer, Spring 2011
Whither San Mateo County: No Longer Where Plaintiffs Fear to File?, The Trial Lawyer, Fall 2010
Do Auto Products Liability Claims Have Life After Bankruptcy?, The Trial Lawyer, Fall 2009
Enforcing Judgments Against Local Public Entities In California, The Trial Lawyer, Summer 2009
Effective Use of the PMK Deposition, The Trial Lawyer, Summer, 2008
Design Immunity: Discovery to Defeat Summary Judgment, CAOC Forum, Volume 38, Number 5, September/October 2008
Oregon v. Ashcroft: The Attorney General’s Attempt to Override State Controlled Medical Practice, 37 U.S.F. L.Rev., Summer 2003 (cited at 7 Witkin, Summary 10th (2005) Constitutional Law, 572)