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Craig is a partner at Berman, Sobin, Gross, Feldman & Darby LLP, and focuses his practice on personal injury, including motor vehicle collisions, slip and fall injuries, and helping people who have been injured due to the negligence of others.  Prior to joining the firm, Craig worked as private defense counsel for multiple insurance companies, primarily defending cases involving motor vehicle collisions.  Having counseled the insurance companies, Craig has a deep knowledge of how insurance companies defend and value cases.  Craig has gone from defending motor vehicle collision cases and providing insurance coverage opinions to the insurers, to representing injuried motorists and fighting the insurance companies.

Craig believes that personal injury attorneys must understand and master insurance law.  One way that insurers find to avoid paying claims is to simply deny insurance coverage.  Craig files complaints with the Maryland Insurance Administration and has litigated insurance coverage issues including:  liability coverage; uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage; personal injury protection; and even life insurance.

Craig is originally from Baltimore County, and attended Goucher College, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology.   Shortly thereafter, Craig and his wife moved to Boston, where they both attended school.  Craig graduated with honors from Suffolk University Law School, and then clerked for a division of the Massachusetts Trial Courts.  Craig and his wife returned to Maryland, this time, to Montgomery County, where he eventually joined Berman, Sobin, Gross, Feldman & Darby LLP.  Craig is licensed in Maryland, the District of Columbia, the Federal District Court for the District of Maryland, and Massachusetts (voluntarily inactive). 

Craig handles a wide variety of often-complex litigation.  His cases have included motor vehicle collisions of every sort; truck accidents; fall and injury cases; injuries as a result of negligent product placement in stores; products falling from shelves; negligent failure to protect a minor in a group home resulting in sexual assault; medical malpractice; wrongful death; tainted food; insurance bad faith  (absence of good faith); declaratory judgment cases to force insurance coverage; wrongful denial of life insurance claims; and any other way in which someone could be injured.  Craig also routinely serves as an outside consultant to other Maryland attorneys regarding  legal, insurance, and ethical issues.


When not working, Craig enjoys spending time with his family and friends, reading , watching T.V., cooking, and begrudgingly doing yard work. 


Practice areas


  1. Car Accident: 90%
    11 years
  2. Slip and Fall: 10%
    11 years



Contingent (33-40%)

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Contact info

Berman, Sobin, Gross, Feldman & Darby, LLP

481 N. Frederick Avenue
3rd Floor
Gaithersburg, MD, 20877

Berman, Sobin, Gross, Feldman & Darby, LLP

1301 York Road
Suite 600
Lutherville, MD, 21093



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Super LawyerSuper Lawyers2017
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
AttorneyBerman, Sobin, Gross, Feldman & Darby, LLP2007 - Present
AttorneySussman & Simcox, Chtd.2005 - 2007
ClerkMassachusetts Trial Courts2004 - 2005
Association namePosition nameDuration
District of Columbia BarMember2008 - Present
Maryland Association for JusticeMember2007 - Present
Maryland State Bar AssociationMember2005 - Present
Publication nameTitleDate
Maryland Auto Accident LawYou Always Hurt the One You Love, So Make Sure They are Covered by Your Insurance2016
Maryland Auto Accident LawHow Fast Can I Go?2015
Maryland Auto Accident LawPay My Bills! Or, Brother Can You Spare a Dime, For Just a Little While?2014
Maryland Auto Accident LawWelcome to the Party: Third Party Cases2014
Maryland Auto Accident LawDear Maryland, Please May I Sue You? Or, Rex Non Potest Peccare2013
Maryland Auto Accident LawYou Must Replace Your Car Seat After a Moderate or Severe Collision2013
Maryland Auto Accident LawYou Can’t Split Your Claims2013
Maryland Auto Accident LawYou Will Not Be Happy with the Total Loss Value of Your Car2013
Maryland Auto Accident LawDon’t Get Run Over2013
Maryland Auto Accident LawThe Insurance Adjustor v. the Officer: Who Will Win?2013
Maryland Auto Accident LawMiddle Car Syndrome.2013
Maryland Auto Accident LawSo, You Ignored My Previous Article and Got Hit By A Car.2013
Maryland Auto Accident LawWhat Does It Mean When A Driver Receives A Citation After A Collision?2013
Maryland Auto Accident LawHealth Insurance Liens: That’s Not a Get Well Card.2013
Maryland Auto Accident LawYou Must Replace Your Car Seat After a Moderate or Severe Collision2013
Maryland Auto Accident LawIt’s a Fall and Injury, Not a Slip and Fall2012
Maryland Auto Accident LawI’m Not the Type of Person to Sue2012
Maryland Auto Accident LawThat Was So Long Ago.2012
Trial Reporter, Journal of the Maryland Association for JusticeA Legal Practitioner's Guide to the Use of Courts and Judicial Proceedings, s. 10-1042012
Maryland Auto Accident LawHow to Avoid Most Rear-End Collisions2012
Maryland Auto Accident LawMy Advice for Avoiding Car Crashes this Holiday Season.2012
Maryland Auto Accident LawHow to Avoid Most Rear-End Collisions2012
Maryland Auto Accident LawThe Recent Court of Appeals Decision Regarding the Firefighter’s Rule: Now What?2011
Maryland Auto Accident LawWhat should you do if your PIP is denied?2011
Journal of High Technology LawThe Application of Civil RICO Laws to Rogue Internet Pharmacies2004
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Goucher CollegeBiologyBA - Bachelor of Arts1995
Suffolk University Law SchoolLawJD - Juris DoctorN/A