Craig is an accomplished trial lawyer with over 20 years of litigation and leadership experience. His calling “to be of service to others” is what drew him to his position at Schroeter Goldmark & Bender to represent victims of asbestos exposure. Craig’s focus is to seek accountability while honoring the lives of his clients and their families. Craig has a proven track record litigating cases including large verdict wins and settlements exceeding $20 million. He has been the lead trial lawyer in multiple trials with successful settlements and plaintiff verdicts, including the largest asbestos jury award in the state of Oregon.
Craig’s focus on asbestos trial work began in late 2015. Prior to his asbestos litigation practice, Craig served as the Criminal Division Chief in the Seattle Attorney’s Office where he led a team of more than sixty attorneys and staff. Craig has also served as a Senior King County Prosecutor. While on assignment with the Most Dangerous Offender Program, he prosecuted a number of homicides and high-profile cases; seeking justice while advocating for those who’d been harmed.
Craig has taught as an adjunct professor at Seattle University School of Law and a visiting lecturer at the University of Washington Law School. He’s a member and past-president of the Loren Miller Bar Association, which gave him the Excellence in the Legal Profession award in 2013. Craig is also a member of the Washington State Bar Association, and a board member for the Washington State Bar Leadership Institute. The King County Bar Association designated him Mentor of the Year for the Young Lawyers Division in 2013.
Craig has traveled the country consulting on issues of diversity and equity. He is often asked to speak at lawyer trainings on all aspects of trial presentations. He also enjoys spending time with his family and barbequing year round.