Spokane County CourthouseMr. Mason has had extensive success in family law and personal injury matters, and has achieved excellent results in other areas of law. From criminal law to matters of contract law, wrongful death, medical malpractice, and non-compete agreements, Craig Mason has helped his clients get the results they wanted .


Craig Mason has extensive experience in following legal areas:

Divorce & Family Law

Whether you’re looking for guidance on a divorce or separation, or would like to make changes to your current custody agreement, Spokane Attorney Craig Mason can help. Contact us today to setup a consultation.

Personal Injury

Have you been injured? Uncompensated for your suffering or inability to work? Let Spokane Washington Lawyer Craig Mason get you the settlement you deserve. Craig and his team will work hard to get you a fair and reasonable outcome to your personally injury case.

Medical Malpractice

Hospitals and nurses can also be liable for violating their standards of care. Mr. Mason is experienced in the complexities of these cases and in achieving successful results.

Civil Litigation

Civil litigation can involve many unique problems. Mr. Mason has assisted clients in contract matters, non-compete agreements, the interaction of wrongful death and elder law, and other complex issues. Let Spokane Attorney Craig Mason put his unique problem solving skills to work for you and help you achieve win your civil litigation case.

Our Legal Approach

Craig’s approach to solving legal problems is to remind opposing counsel of the strength of his client’s position — a strength based upon the facts and the relevant law — and then seeking solutions that meet all parties’ needs within the knowledge of the range of probable outcomes at trial. This lies behind Mr. Mason’s philosophy of: “Solving problems through negotiation when possible, and through litigation when necessary.”

Mr. Mason has a sense of craft about his work, and he has a genuine concern for his clients and for justice.

Craig Mason graduated from the U.W. with high honors in 1990, and taught for over a decade before he entered the Bar in 2002, and began practicing in the Spokane area in 2005.