Blair Craig

Attorney Emeritus








After representing insurance companies for over thirty years, in February 2012, Blair Craig, Attorney Emeritus, joined his son, Attorney Brian Craig, at the law firm of Wood Craig Miller to represent those seriously injured from the negligence of others. Blair Craig has tried over 250 automobile accident cases to verdict and handled thousands of other cases through litigation. During his tenure as a preeminent defense attorney, Blair Craig worked for one of the top insurance defense firms in Atlanta which bore his name and which he co-founded. Even though his former firm was considered an insurance defense firm, Blair Craig handled select plaintiff’s cases throughout his career. In doing so, Blair Craig has obtained significant experience on both the plaintiff and defense side. That perspective allowed Blair Craig to apply his know-how to cases involving seriously injured persons through settlement, at trial, or even on appeal.

Blair Craig has for many years held been awarded the AV® Rating by Martindale-Hubbell®, which rates attorneys both on their legal skill and integrity-ethics. Due to excellent verdict and settlement results in the area of personal injury, Blair Craig was selected for inclusion in the Super Lawyers® list, signifying that he was one of the top 5% of lawyers in the state of Georgia. Super Lawyers are determined through a rigorous, multi-phase process involving peer nominations and evaluations, third party research, and evaluation based on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement. Blair Craig is also a member of both the Million Dollar Advocates Forum® and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum®, one of the more select memberships in the country with rigorous verification prior to membership.



Below is a listing of the numerous appellate cases Blair Craig, Emeritus has handled in the Georgia Court of Appeals and Supreme Court of Georgia:

  • WCE Holdings v. Lewis 363 Ga. App. 29 (2022)
  • Manzaneres v. City of Brookhaven 352 Ga. App. 293 (2019)
  • Marks v. Flowers Crossing County. Ass’n. 333 GA. App. 476 (2015)
  • Taylor v. Geico, A19A0547 (2019)
  • Dziwura v. Broda 297 Ga. App. 1 (2009)
  • Dziwura v. Broda 307 Ga. App. 527 (2011)
  • Dunn-Craft v. State Farm Mut. Auto Ins. Co. 314 Ga. App. 620 (2012)
  • Marks v. Flowers Crossing 333 Ga. App. 476 (2015)
  • Conoly v. Payne 265 Ga. App. 287 (2004)
  • Brown v. Meyer 222 Ga. App. 133 (1996)
  • Neely v. Jones 271 Ga. App. 487 (2005)
  • Walter v. Mitchell 384 Ga. App. 668 (2008)
  • Russaw v. Burden 272 Ga. App. 632 (2005)
  • TranSouth v. Rooks 269 Ga. App. 321 (2004)
  • Patterson v. Lopez 279 Ga. App. 840 (2006)
  • HD Supply v. Granger 299 Ga App. (2009)
  • Sweeney v. Lowe 325 Sup. Ct. 883 (2014)
  • Fraker v. CW Matthews 272 Ga. App. 807 (2005)
  • Teems v. Bates 300 Ga. App. 78 (2009)
  • Employers Mut. Ins. Co. v. Carter 145 Ga. App. 860 (1978)
  • Rustin v. State Farm Mut. Auto Ins. Co. 254 Ga. App. 494 (1985)
  • Jones v. McCoy 197 Ga. App. 430 (1990)
  • Sams v. Champion 184 Ga. App. 444 (1987)
  • Brooks v. Fricke 199 Ga. App. 535 (1991)
  • Nat’l Union Fire Ins. Co. v. Johnson 183 Ga. App. 38 (1987)
  • Donohue v. Monroe 147 Ga. App. 835 (1978)
  • City of Atlanta v. State Farm Fire 156 Ga. App. 344 (1980)
  • City of Atlanta v. State Farm Fire 160 Ga. App. 822 (1982)
  • Lamb v. KM Ins. Co. 208 Ga. App. 746 (1993)
  • Garner v. Salter 168 Ga. App. 520 (1983)
  • Salter v. Roan 161 Ga. App. 227 (1982)
  • Coker v. State Farm Mut. Auto Ins. Co. 193 Ga. App. 423 (1989)
  • Lofton v. State Farm Mut. Auto Ins. Co. 192 Ga. App. 154 (1989)
  • Bonds v. John Wieland Homes 177 Ga. App. 254 (1985)
  • Holt v. Grinnell 212 Ga. App. 520 (1994)
  • Roth v. Wu 199 Ga. App. 665 (1991)
  • Groover v. Dickey 173 Ga. App. 73 (1984)
  • State Farm Mut. Auto Ins. Co. v. Herrick 166 Ga. App. 90 (1983)
  • Franchell v. Clark 241 Ga. App. 128 (1998)
  • Johnson v. Bryant 178 Ga. App. 327 (1986)
  • Pope v. Presley 204 Ga. App. 115 (1992)
  • Gateway Leasing v. Heath 168 Ga. App. 858 (1983)



  • AV® Rating by Martindale-Hubbell®
  • Super Lawyers® list
  • Million Dollar Advocates Forum®
  • Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum®

Professional Involvement


Membership in legal societies



  • University of Georgia, 1974
  • University of Georgia School of Law, 1976

Bar Admission


  • State Bar of Georgia, 1976



3 words to describe yourself:

Organized, Attentive, Professional

What inspires you the most?

To be the best attorney and advocate for clients, in order to achieve the best result possible.

What is the best piece of advice you ever received?

Live life happy!

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Our Lawyers


"Awesome attorney. Blair Craig, Emeritus is knowledgeable, professional and has lots of experience. I enjoyed working with him."


"My Atty Blair Craig, Emeritus took care of everything I could have asked him to do. He took my case when no other attorney would. No hassles, no worries, no headaches. It was the best experience I’ve ever had with a lawyer. Thank you so much for all you’ve done for myself and my family. I would highly recommend Blair Craig, Emeritus and his team for all of your Legal needs. A special thank you to Pearlisha for helping me so much over the phone. I could not have done it without you."


"This is a Stellar law office. The quality and attention that this firm gives is remarkable. Out of my experiences with other agencies, you cannot speak directly to your attorney, you cannot get a call back for weeks or months without a status update, etc. NOT HERE. Blair Craig, Emeritus and Perisha called to stay in constant contact me. When I called, one or the other answered. This was unbelievable!!! I am SO IMPRESSED. I LOVE THIS LAW FIRM. They are OUTSTANDING!"


"I have been extremely pleased with how Blair Craig, Emeritus and Shawn handled my car accident case. I cannot begin to express how kind and willing they were to help. After thirty-six years of driving, this was the first and hopefully last major accident where I was involved. I know it sounds cliché, but when you have suddenly been rushed to the hospital, no longer have a car to get around in, a sudden mound of medical bills, car rental fees, car financing costs, and an inability to be able to work is not something you want to face alone."