Craig’s practice focuses on workers’ compensation matters, bringing nearly three decades of insurance defense experience to MGC’s Atlanta office. Prior to joining MGC, he owned a mediation practice and handled workers’ compensation issues, domestic issues and general liability claims. Craig was also a mediator and staff attorney for the Georgia State Board of Workers’ Compensation for 14 years, and an in-house attorney for Travelers. He frequently speaks and writes for Georgia Continuing Legal Education on workers’ compensation, mediation, professional issues and ethical issues.
In his representation of employers, insurers, self-Insurers and governmental entities, Craig takes pride in his skillful negotiation and sensible litigation strategies tailored to the needs of specific cases. “Clients can expect me to actively and critically listen to the parties during a claim,” he adds. “A claim can represent many things to a client, both personally and professionally. Clients need to be heard, and understand that their concerns and needs will be my priority.”
Craig has been married for 35 years and has two children, an American Bulldog, two chickens, three ducks and a Bearded Dragon. He is an avid writer and has published two novels, with the third and fourth being released in 2021.
- Workers' Compensation
- Georgia State University (JD)
- University of Georgia (BA)
- State Bar of Georgia (Workers' Compensation and ADR Section)
- 1987 Georgia
- Atlanta Boxer Rescue (Volunteer)
- Keep North Fulton Beautiful (Volunteer)