Boyd & Jenerette Shareholder Robert E. Schrader III Recently Obtained Final Summary Judgment

September 18, 2023 by on News

Boyd & Jenerette recently defended a Gainesville hotel owner against a wrongful death lawsuit. The case revolved around a tragic incident that involved a guest's apparent fentanyl overdose, prompting allegations of negligent security and failure to rescue. After two years of litigation, Boyd & Jenerette secured a final summary judgment in favor of our client.

Robert E. Schrader, III
Shareholder / Practice Group Leader
Direct: 904.493.3762

About Robert E. Schrader, III

Robert Schrader is a shareholder in the firm and has over 25 years of state and federal litigation experience. He concentrates his practice in the areas of general litigation and trial advocacy. He serves a diverse client base and maintains an active caseload throughout Florida in matters involving premises liability, general liability, automobile personal injury defense, trucking liability, negligent security, wrongful death, and products liability. Mr. Schrader has tried numerous jury and non-jury trials with excellent results and is committed to pursuing effective results for his clients.

Mr. Schrader grew up in Texas and joined the firm in 1994 after graduating from law school.

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