Craig Bingham is an associate attorney with Camden & Meridew, P.C. whose legal career has spanned over 15 years.
From a family of educators in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky, he was a Governor’s Scholar and the Salutatorian of his class at Knox Central High School. While at the University of Louisville, he was a recipient of the highly competitive McConnell Scholarship for Political Leadership as an undergraduate and an Alumni Scholar at the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law.
He has prided himself on becoming an experienced and versatile lawyer formerly practicing: social Security Disability, Worker’s Compensation and Black Lung, Kentucky State Retirement, Adult and Juvenile Criminal Defense, Family Law, Personal Injury, various matters of General Law, Bankruptcy and was a City Attorney and Assistant County Attorney in Kentucky. After receiving an Indiana license and representing clients on both sides of the Ohio River, he is now in his fifth year of practice in the Hoosier State and handles primarily: Social Security Disability/SSI, Plaintiff’s Worker’s Compensation and Personal Injury, and Kentucky Utility Law among other fields for Camden & Meridew.
The energetic and talented environment at Camden and Meridew has only further inspired him to continue his competent and zealous representation of the people of Central Indiana in his professional calling, helping the injured be made whole and the disabled procure their benefits.
Craig’s favorite pastimes include: USTA tennis leagues, Golf, Kayak angling, U of Louisville athletics, being a proud father to wonderful young man in Seth Bingham, getting to know the community of Fishers and watching their reactions to his country accent.
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- Kentucky Court of Appeals
- Circuit and District Courts
- Indiana Supreme Court
- Indiana Court of Appeals
- Indiana Board of Worker’s Compensation
- Indiana Circuit, Superior, and City Courts
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky, 2004
- U.S. District Court for the Western District of Kentucky, 2004
- U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana, 2015
- Indiana State Bar Association
- Kentucky Bar Association