Texas A&M University,
Boston University School
of Law, J.D., 1999
(magna cum laude)
Boston University Law
Review, Executive Editor
G. Joseph Tauro
Paul J. Liacos
Edward P. Hennessey
Dallas Bar Association
Texas Super Lawyers’
Rising Star (2010)
D Magazine’s Best Lawyers Under 40 (2006)
Craig Myers represents companies and individuals in a variety of litigation matters, including catastrophic
personal injury, transportation, premises and products liability, and insurance defense. Mr. Myers places a strong emphasis on early case investigation and analysis, which allows his clients to make the best strategic decisions at every stage of the litigation.
Mr. Myers was born and raised in Dallas, and he graduated from Texas A&M University in 1993. He
spent three years working in a diagnostic microbiology laboratory at the University of Texas Southwestern
Medical Center before attending Boston University School of Law. After graduation, he moved back to Dallas
and spent more than 15 years working at a large law firm, where he accumulated a variety of litigation experience in the tort, commercial litigation and financial services areas. Mr. Myers’ personal experience in defending medical malpractice cases allows him to be very effective in defending serious personal injury matters wherein medical causation catastrophic damages are at issue.
Mr. Myers also spent three months in the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office, as part of the “Lawyers on
Loan” program. There, he prosecuted misdemeanor cases and gained valuable courtroom experience, which
he has since applied to his civil practice.
Mr. Myers joined Fee, Smith, Sharp & Vitullo, LLP, in 2015. His wife, Kallie, is also an attorney and serves as Vice President and Trust Counsel for an investment management company. They have three children.
Obtained unanimous defense jury verdict in a case involving multimillion-dollar damages, in which the jury found that a hypertensive patient had been properly treated.
Obtained unanimous defense jury verdict involving a radiologist’s alleged failure to properly diagnose a foot fracture in the emergency department.
Obtained jury verdict involving a punctured bladder resulting from a hernia operation in which the patient claimed the nurse failed to take appropriate preoperative measures.
Obtained complete dismissal of hospital from lawsuit alleging that physician defendants were
the actual and/or ostensible agents of the hospital in which they practiced.
Unless otherwise noted, attorneys not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
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