Craig is a former finance professional with more than 10 years of experience in a number of finance and accounting roles. He gained practical legal experience as a law clerk and associate with a local personal injury firm prior to joining Metzger Wickersham. He has practiced and assisted in all aspects of civil litigation and has even assisted in numerous jury trials and court appearances. Since joining our firm, Craig has played an integral part in ensuring that our clients get the best results.
Mr. Love is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. He focuses his work at our firm on complex workers’ compensation and personal injury cases, including those that might need to go to trial.
Why Attorney Love Practices Law
Craig attended Susquehanna University, Penn State University, and Widener Commonwealth Law School, where he completed his Juris Doctorate in 2020. He has said that he was drawn to a career in the law to help people navigate such a complex system in matters that are so important to their futures. For example, Mr. Love recently helped a family resolve a head-on collision case after they had misled themselves into believing that they couldn’t sue for damages due to a limited tort option in their insurance policy. Thanks to his counsel, the family was able to file a successful claim because an exception in the limited tort law applied to their case.
Outside the office, Craig enjoys spending time with his family, golfing, working on his home, and participating in mission trips with his local church. He also volunteers his time with the United Way Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program each tax season, which helps locals file their taxes correctly and for free.