Craig M. Peters is the team leader of the Peters Trial Team. Our team handles complex and catastrophic cases involving severe injury or death. We have experience dealing with product defects, dangerous property conditions, vehicle and machine accidents, and professional negligence. The Peters Trial Team has a record of success in cases tried to verdict.
We are proud to fight for justice on behalf of our clients and honored to be able to help them through a difficult time in their lives. The clients we help have suffered from brain and spinal cord injuries, neck and back injuries, bone fractures and nerve damage, burn injuries and psychiatric injuries. Mr. Peters has extensive trial experience representing families and individuals who are union members and laborers, service industry workers and white-collar professionals.
Mr. Peters is frequently asked by outside attorneys to become trial counsel on their cases when they are unable to resolve them prior to trial. Mr. Peters has regularly been invited to speak on the issue of trial skills by law schools, professional organizations and outside agencies. The international non-profit agency International Bridges to Justice, which seeks to end torture and build criminal justice systems around the globe, invited Mr. Peters to help train lawyers in India who are representing the indigent during a four day training in New Delhi.
In addition to teaching trial skills, Mr. Peters has been a professor of Constitutional Law and Evidence at San Francisco Law School, and taught classes at Hastings College of Law andUniversity of San Francisco School of Law. Mr. Peters grew up in Northern California and lives in San Francisco with his family. They enjoy traveling, attending Giants games, and exploring The City on their bicycles.