Craig has dedicated his entire career to helping people harmed by the negligence of others. At the heart of each case are people, and Craig aggressively advocates against corporations, insurance companies, and medical providers to ensure his clients are not forgotten and that their stories are heard.
Craig has extensive experience in all aspects of litigating medical malpractice and complex personal injury claims, including frequently serving as lead counsel in jury trials throughout Ohio, representing clients successfully in mediation, and securing millions of dollars for Leeseberg Tuttle clients through settlements and verdicts.
Prior to starting his legal career, Craig graduated magna cum laude from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, where he won awards for Outstanding Appellate and Oral Advocacy, and was honored as a Presidential Management Fellow by the U.S. Government.
Craig's professional experience also includes authoring articles and presenting at numerous legal seminars. He is a long-time board member of the Central Ohio Association for Justice, including serving as President. Craig is also the Medical Malpractice Chair for the Ohio Association of Justice, a state-wide organization of attorneys fighting for the rights of individuals throughout Ohio.
Outside of the courtroom and legal life, Craig serves his local community by volunteering extensively with the Hilliard Food Pantry, coaching youth baseball and basketball, serving as Cubmaster for his children's Cub Scout Pack, and serving as an advisor and alumni board member for the Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity at his alma mater, Bowling Green.