Attorney Craig has been practicing law in the field of personal injury litigation in the Manchester New Hampshire area for 40 years. In 1965 he graduated from St. Anselm's College. In 1970 he graduated from Boston University Law School.
Attorney Craig is the youngest of ten children and comes from a family involved in injury law since 1929. His father, William Craig, attended Holy Cross College and Boston University Law School and started his practice in Manchester in 1929. Bill Craig's practice was general civil litigation, but primarily in personal injury and criminal defense. For the past 15 years or so, Tom Craig's practice has been exclusively in the area of plaintiffs' personal injury law.
Despite the fact that he has been involved in the settlement of millions of dollars worth of personal injury cases and many jury verdicts for plaintiffs, the following stand out as significant:
•$5.5 Million settlement for hospital malpractice.
•$1.8 Million arbitration award for man injured in motorcycle accident.
•$1 Million settlement for a man injured in vehicle wreck.
•$1 Million settlement for a motorcyclist with injury to his leg.
•$1 Million settlement for a motorcycle operator injury.
•$1 Million settlement for a lawyer injured in auto crash.
•$1.25 Million settlement for a driver injured with less than $1000 property damage to his automobile.
•$1.2 Million jury verdict for a woman injured in deck collapse.
•$200,000 jury verdict for a 30 year old man hit by drunk driver.
•$620,000 jury verdict for a woman who slipped and fell in restaurant. The jury awarded $120,000 over and above the $500,000 requested.
•$193,000 jury verdict for a child attacked by dog.
•$100,000 jury verdict for a man rear-ended in auto collision.
•$185,000 jury verdict for a woman injured when rear-ended by eighteen wheeler.
•$160,000 jury verdict for a man injured when car crashed into his parked vehicle.