Craig has been trying cases for over 40 years, winning seven figure verdicts and settlements along the way. After graduating from Williams College in 1967 and the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 1971 he won clerkships on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and on Pennsylvania's Eastern District where he developed an appetite for the courtroom. After a brief stint in general litigation, he sought out the rough and tumble of trial work as a Philadelphia Assistant District Attorney. In 1979 he left that office to work with Stephen M. Feldman, then one of the state's leading scholars in personal injury litigation and one of its most successful practitioners.
Over the years Craig has worked hard to expand his expertise and skills, whether by working with cadavers at a special anatomy and physiology course offered by Temple Medical School or achieving Board Certification by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. Craig has also been invited to lecture and write about personal injury litigation. He is a member of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association, and the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association. He has even managed to have a life outside the law (!) as a board member of the Crefeld School, and an aging athlete.
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