Lindsey M. Craig


I am the voice of the injured; holding all manufacturers accountable and demanding the justice each client so rightfully deserves.

Born and raised in Maryland, Lindsey is a Baltimore County native. She graduated from Stevenson University (SU) in 2005, with a bachelor’s degree in paralegal studies. While attending SU, Lindsey worked as a paralegal for one of Baltimore’s premier medical malpractice law firms, for which she continued to work while enrolled as an evening student at the University of Baltimore School of Law.

Since graduating from law school in 2010, Lindsey’s practice has largely been devoted to “mass torts”, or the litigating of pharmaceutical, medical device, and consumer product liability cases, as well as to cases involving personal injury and medical malpractice. Her mass tort resume includes multiple litigations, such as: shoulder pain pump, toning shoe, Lipitor, Mirena, Risperdal, and Essure. Lindsey’s work in these litigations was integral to recovering millions of dollars on behalf of her clients.

Lindsey joined The Yost Legal Group in October of 2017. As co-manager of the firm’s mass tort department, she is currently investigating and prosecuting claims on behalf of those who have been injured by: Johnson & Johnson’s talc products (baby powder and Shower to Shower), Roundup, 3M Dual-Ended Combat Arms Earplugs, Allergan’s textured breast implants, Valsartan, Zantac, toxic baby formula (Enfamil and Similac) manufactured for premature infants, and contaminated water at Camp Lejeune. 

Unfortunately, for most, getting by on a daily basis is a challenge in and of itself. When a person is injured by another’s negligence, that challenge is only further compounded, as those who suffer these injuries, are the ones who generally cannot afford an exacerbation of their already difficult lives. The pains and struggles Lindsey’s clients endure, are ones to which she can relate to on a personal level. Her appreciation of these struggles is her driving force when prosecuting her clients’ cases.

At the end of the day, it is Lindsey’s goal that each client not only knows, but feels, that they aren’t just another name; that the level of care, attention to detail, and overall compassion she provides, assures them that she is passionate about their case and that she is here to work as hard as she can to help them obtain the justice they so rightfully deserve.

Still a resident of Baltimore County, when not working, Lindsey very much  enjoys hosting family get-togethers, and spending time with her husband and their new baby boy.