Craig Dykman has been practicing law in the San Francisco Bay Area for over 20 years. His focus and experience has been in representing plaintiffs in workers' compensation and personal injury matters. He is licensed to practice in both California and Hawaii.
Throughout his career, Craig has worked with established and well-respected firms handling a wide variety of civil litigation matters ranging from automobile accidents and industrial injury cases to more complex legal matters.
Craig has represented victims of the Three-Mile Island nuclear disaster, the Union Carbide chemical spill in Bhopal, India and the Johns-Manville asbestos cases in Hawaii. During his career, he has recovered millions of dollars in jury verdicts, administrative awards and settlements on behalf of his clients.
Craig has been awarded an AV rating by the national legal directory Martindale-Hubbell. AV is the highest rating awarded for legal ability and ethics and is determined by a survey of lawyers familiar with Craig's work.
A summa cum laude graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, Craig earned his law degree at the University of San Francisco in 1978. He is actively involved in the Marin County Bar Association and was on the Board of Directors from 1985 to 1988. Craig has been a Judge Pro Tem for both Superior and Municipal courts for the County of Marin and has lectured in his areas of legal specialty for the California Continuing Education of the Bar (CEB).
Craig S. Dykman
Craig has been
awarded an AV rating
(the highest rating awarded) by the
national legal directory
Renee Leech transferred over from a teaching career to become a Paralegal in the early 1990’s. She has seen the workers’ compensation system evolve and change over the years. Renee has a Masters Degree in English which she obtained through the San Jose State and UCSF. Because of her background in English Renee writes very compelling briefs and writs, etc. for our cases that proceed to litigation. Renee has been with the Dykman Law firm since May of 2005.