Craig Scott & Company, LPA

Our Team

Attorney Craig Scott

Craig Scott

Mr. Scott is a 1989 graduate of Capital University Law School in Columbus, Ohio, who has risen to become a key litigator, partner and administrator for the firm. He has been included in the Ohio Super Lawyers, Top 100 Ohio Super Lawyers and a Top 50 Columbus Super Lawyers.

Craig concentrates his practice representing people injured in auto accidents, truck accidents, wrongful death claims, brain injuries, defective products, intentional tort litigation and railroad crossing accidents. He has been a member of the American Board of Trial Advocacy (ABOTA), which is a national organization consisting of lawyers and judges committed to the right to a jury trial.

Mr. Scott presents to attorneys and paralegals at numerous seminars on insurance law and trial preparation, and also speaks frequently about changes in Ohio law and their impact on those who have suffered losses.

A hometown product from the Columbus suburb of Westerville, Craig also clerked for The Supreme Court of Ohio for three years while attending law school. He and his wife Jodelle live in Westerville.

Attorney  Mike Miller

Mike Miller

Mr. Miller's law practice focuses primarily on the pleading and motion practice in the trial and appeals courts. He has appeared before the Ohio Supreme Court in cases such as Schaefer v. Allstate Ins. Co. (1996); Stinson v. England (1994); Ramage v. Central Ohio Emergency Serv., Inc. (1992); and Fyffe v. Jeno's Inc. (1991); and as amicus curiae for the Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers in several major court cases dating back to 1991. He is AV rated* by Martindale-Hubbell.

A native of Cincinnati, he graduated magna cum laude from the University of Cincinnati in 1981 with high honors in political science and was made a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Mike then graduated summa cum laude in 1984 from The Ohio State University College of Law, was made a member of The Order of the Coif and was the Issue Planning Editor for the Ohio State Law Journal.

Mr. Miller has been ultra-active in professional organizations, including serving as a trustee for the Ohio Association for Justice (formerly the Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers), and has been the editor of its two publications, Ohio Trial and Advisory for over 10 years. The Ohio Association for Justice has recognized his efforts by awarding him the Academia Amicus Curiae Award in 1994, and the Distinguished Service Award five times, in 1997, 1998, 2000, 2002 and 2005. Mike is also committed to the Central Ohio Association for Justice (formerly the Franklin County Trial lawyers), and served as its president in 2004-2005.

Office Manager Paralegal Jodelle Scott

Jodelle Scott

Office Manager/Paralegal

Paralegal Kylie Gardner

Kylie Gardner

Kylie attended The University of Toledo, where she earned her Paralegal and Business Degree. In addition, she furthered her education by becoming a Certified Paralegal (CP). While attending The University of Toledo, Kylie interned with the Bowling Green Prosecutor’s office and, prior to graduation, obtained a position at a general practice law firm in downtown Toledo.

She relocated to Columbus, where she was employed by a mid-sized downtown litigation law firm for over seventeen years. While working there, Kylie handled everything from simple calendaring tasks to that of assisting in complex litigation matters.

In 2016, Kylie started KLG Paralegal Services, LLC. KLG provides professional paralegal services on an as needed or ongoing basis for the sole practitioner to larger law firms.

In 2020, Kylie started KLG Mediation Services, LLC. in order to facilitate peaceful resolutions.

Kylie is also a member of the Columbus Bar Association (CBA), Paralegal Association of Central Ohio (PACO) and The Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce.

Legal Secretary Marcia Lingafelter

Marcia Lingafelter

Legal Secretary

*AV Preeminent and BV Distinguished are certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories: legal ability and general ethical standards.