J.D., Hamline University School of Law, 1984
B.A., Hamline University, 1981
Brown University, 1979
Craig joined Cousineau McGuire in 2001 and devotes his practice solely to workers’ compensation law with the majority of his time spent representing employers, insurers and self-insured employers. Craig also represents intervenors in workers’ compensation matters.
During his career, Craig has handled a great variety of cases, including simple back injury cases, multi-party contribution claims, death cases, catastrophic injuries and claims of psychological injury. He has represented clients before the Workers’ Compensation Division, the Office of Administrative Hearings, the Minnesota Workers’ Compensation Court of Appeals and the Minnesota Supreme Court.
Prior to joining Cousineau McGuire, Craig spent twelve years representing employees in workers’ compensation cases and three years as in-house counsel at Home Insurance Company. He also worked for the Department of Labor & Industry, Workers’ Compensation Division; for Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company as a workers’ compensation claim representative; and for an independent adjusting company investigating workers’ compensation claims. All of this experience gives him a unique perspective on the Minnesota workers’ compensation system and the law.
Co-Speaker with Maggie Hobbs, Minnesota Wild, Professional Athletes and Workers’ Compensation, Workers’ Compensation Symposium, 2013
Speaker, The Workers’ Compensation Claim, Fundamentals of Workers’ Compensation, Sterling Education Services, 2009
Speaker, Workers’ Compensation Benefits and Our Aging Work Force, Minnesota CLE, Workers’ Compensation Institute, 2006
Presenter, Case Law Updates, Minnesota Self-Insurers Association
Presenter at client seminars on topics including Rehabilitation and Retraining, Case Law Updates and Compliance with Required Filings with the Workers’ Compensation Division
Author of numerous articles on workers’ compensation law and summaries of current decisions
Minnesota State Bar Association
Hennepin County Bar Association
Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association
Volunteering for Memorial Blood Centers. Inline marathons, playing hockey, softball, golf, taking walks with his wife and dog, and spending time with his family.