Experience to Guide You through Uncertain Waters
Wright & Casey represents owners, contractors, subcontractors, sureties, suppliers, and design professions in all aspects of private and public construction projects, including contracts.
Wright & Casey recognizes that the first consideration for any client contemplating litigation should be avoidance. The cost of litigation financially and mentally can be tremendous.
Wright & Casey can represent you in all matters related to the purchase, sale, leasing, development, title insuring, and financing of residential and commercial real property.
Whether you have an existing business or want to start one, Wright & Casey is experienced in assisting its clients with issues that arise.
Wright & Casey is experienced in helping our clients plan for the inevitable and the unexpected with regard to the disposition of their property.
Attorneys R. Brooks Casey and Frank X. Rapprich are certified by the Florida Supreme Court to conduct Circuit Civil mediations. The firm is also capable of conducting electronic mediations via video conferencing software such as Zoom, Skype, or Microsoft Teams.
Wright & Casey represents Condominium and Homeowner Associations with all aspects of governance and operations including document amendments, collections, and enforcement.
Richard was admitted to The Florida Bar in 1987 and began his litigation practice with Maguire, Voorhis & Wells, P.A. in Orlando, Florida. In 1993, he founded a multi-lawyer litigation practice in Orlando and managed the firm until joining Wright & Casey, P.A. in 2021, as of-counsel. Richard has litigated, arbitrated and mediated a wide range of plaintiff and defense matters throughout Florida and the United States.
Frank is an experienced commercial litigator, focusing on contract and construction disputes, as well as lawsuits involving business transactions, corporate matters and real estate. Frank is also on the AAA panel of arbitrators and he is also on the list of arbitrators for the Florida Circuit Courts in Volusia, Brevard and Seminole Counties.