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I strongly believe in putting people over profit. I am passionate about fighting for the rights of others and strive to be a source of knowledge and comfort to my clients.
Casey Thal Verville works as a part of Weitz & Luxenberg’s opioid litigation team. She is dedicated to obtaining justice for individuals harmed by the wrongdoing of corporations. Ms. Verville earned her J.D. degree from Wayne State University Law School and began practicing law in 2018. She is admitted to practice law in both Michigan and Oregon.
While in law school, Ms. Verville was an active member of the student chapter of the Detroit National Lawyers Guild where she frequently volunteered as a legal observer. She also served as the symposium editor for the executive board of The Journal of Law in Society, a student-lead publication of Wayne Law that provides scholarly discourse on the intersection of law and society. In that role, she led the execution of a symposium event marking the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Detroit rebellion entitled: Why Detroit Rebelled: The Intersection of Racism and Social Control in the City.
Prior to working at W&L, Ms. Verville worked in the chambers of the Honorable Judge Darlene O’Brien of the Washtenaw County Trial Court, as well as in claimant-side Social Security Disability law where she successfully represented clients in over 100 appellate hearings throughout the state of Michigan and beyond.
Casey Thal Verville will be happy to review your case.