Personal Injury Attorney

Intro: Craig joined the Wettermark Keith family in 2015 to serve clients as a personal injury attorney. He has extensive experience handling civil matters, including personal injury, wrongful death, fraud, bad faith, construction defects, and products liability. 

Background: Craig grew up in Florence, Alabama and still calls The Shoals home. His parents instilled in him the desire to work hard and treat others fairly above all else. Craig was introduced to personal injury law in his teens while his mother worked as a paralegal for a prominent personal injury firm.  It was seeing that firm’s never ending struggle to help their injured clients that planted the seed for Craig’s desire to become an attorney. He completed his undergrad in accounting at the University of North Alabama in 1993. After graduation, Craig went on to obtain his Juris Doctorate in 1996 from Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law, passing the Georgia Bar prior to graduation.

After practicing in Atlanta, Georgia for a time, Craig passed the Alabama Bar and returned home, where he has handled all types of civil cases for over 25 years. Craig maintains an active trial practice in both Alabama and Georgia where he represents the injured to obtain justice. With his credentials and profound experience, Craig is a seasoned professional that we are glad to have on staff. 

Craig’s “Why”:  Craig finds it extremely rewarding to use his practice to help others overcome difficult, tragic circumstances. He gladly takes any opportunity to help a client recover and put their life back together. 

Bar Admissions:

  • Alabama State Bar
  • Georgia State Bar

Honors and Awards:

  • AV rating with Martindale Hubbell

Just For Fun: Craig, an avid college football fan, enjoys being outside in the sunshine, especially on a golf course. However, his favorite way to spend time is with his three awesome sons.

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