Craig Dunkin has been practicing for over 32 years, spanning a wide range of fields, and has tried jury cases to verdict as well as bench trials and binding arbitrations to final decision. Craig has handled (pre-litigation, discovery, mediation, law and motion, trial, appeal) thousands of bodily injury cases for insurers and institutional clients, including:
These bodily injury cases have involved a wide range of exposures, from eight figures on down.
Craig’s recent experience has also involved working for a major consumer-level storage company on cases involving theft, bodily injury, unlawful detainer, alleged unlawful lien sales and restraining orders against unruly customers.
Over the last 10 years, Craig has litigated dozens of cases on behalf of worker’s compensation carriers enforcing liens in third-party tort actions.
Craig has also litigated several cases in these fields:
Craig earned his Juris Doctor in 1990 from Loyola Law School and his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from UCLA in 1987.