Craig is a lifelong resident of Western Pennsylvania and a founding member of Frischman & Rizza, P.C., a firm dedicated to helping injury victims.
Over the course of his career, Craig has represented clients throughout Pennsylvania and in Ohio, New York, New Jersey, Florida, Virginia, West Virginia, Michigan, Georgia and even Puerto Rico. In doing so, he has successfully recovered millions of dollars for his clients in medical malpractice and personal injury cases.
Craig understands that selecting the proper lawyer is a major factor in the outcome of a case. Throughout his career, Craig has worked hard to obtain prompt and fair financial recoveries for his clients in a quiet, competent, compassionate and committed manner. From day one, you will speak with Craig about your case.
Craig has been an invited lecturer on medical malpractice issues to multiple medical institutions and organizations including, presenting on 2 occasions, to the prestigious Radiologic Society of North America. He also is a frequent lecturer to other trial lawyers on various issues pertaining to litigation and is proud to be an adjunct Professor of Law at his alma mater, the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.
Based upon reviews by his colleagues as to both his legal ability and ethical qualities, Craig has earned an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the most recognized reference source for lawyers. On multiple occasions, Craig has been honored to have been named as a Pennsylvania “Super Lawyer,” which is bestowed on the top 5 percent of lawyers in Pennsylvania and also to be named one of Pittsburgh’s best medical malpractice lawyers by “Best Lawyers” based solely on reviews by his peers.
Craig is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the Allegheny County Bar Association, and the Pennsylvania Association for Justice. He is also an elected member of the Academy of Trial Lawyers of Allegheny County (which is limited just to 385 members) and on which he currently serves as a member of its Board of Governors. Over his career, Craig has also devoted countless hours to serving as a Board Member for numerous non-profit organizations.
Craig and his wife Susie have made their home in Pittsburgh for more than 30 years where they raised their 3 sons; Clarke, Reed and Cole. They now enjoy their free time outside with their dogs, Yogi and Bear.