Attorney Gresham has been practicing law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts since... more
Attorney Gresham has been practicing law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts since 1998. His practice has focused on litigation, involving the representation of insureds, and self-insureds in the defense of motor vehicle accidents, and premises liability matters. Mr. Gresham represents insurers in coverage issues, bad faith and unfair claims settlement practices, preparing coverage opinions an... view profile
Craig, his wife Sheila and their three children reside in Walpole, Massachusetts. In... more
Craig, his wife Sheila and their three children reside in Walpole, Massachusetts. In addtion to Craig's work with the League School, Craig is active in the Walpole Youth Lacrosse League, serving asPresident and as a head coach. Craig is a former Chairman of the Walpole Conservation Commission.
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