In the past five years, Craig has helped hundreds of clients achieve lucrative awards for brain and spinal cord injuries and other harms sustained due to negligence. From serious motor vehicle accidents to two headline-making court battles: he won $3.5 million for a 16-year-old Fort Erie boy who suffered catastrophic head injuries after being thrown from a defective bicycle and $1.2 million for Jennifer Cowles, 25, of Cambridge who was mauled by a Siberian tiger while visiting the nearby African Lion Safari.
In the historic Indian Residential Schools case, Craig displayed his class-action experience by leading a cross-Canada, 19-law firm consortium that achieved compensation for some 86,000 former ex-students. “This was a national tragedy that needed to be dealt with,” he says.
Craig is passionate about seeking compensation for damages suffered by innocent people. In the African Lion Safari case, the trial verdict allowed the single mother to “overcome tremendous odds and start her life anew.” He adds, “she was justly compensated and they got what they deserved.”
An author and lecturer, Craig is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, the Advocates’ Society, Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, and serves on the Board of the Disabled Sailing Association of Ontario.
- Personal Injury
- Insurance Disputes
- Professional Malpractice
- Product Liability
- Class Action