Boyd & Jenerette welcomes a new Partner and Associate to the firm
September 19, 2022 by boydjenerette on News
Boyd & Jenerette is pleased to welcome Attorneys Patrick Martin and Harrison Pratt to the firm.
Patrick Martin is Board Certified in Civil Trial Law by the Florida Bar. In his 25 years of practice in Florida, Patrick has litigated and tried a wide variety of cases throughout the state. Before joining Boyd & Jenerette, Patrick managed a staff counsel office for a major Florida automobile insurer, overseeing multiple attorneys and staff and managing a docket of hundreds of auto liability and 1st-party UM lawsuits. He has significant experience handling all phases of claims handling, from pre-suit investigation and EUOs, through litigation and trial, and post-trial motions and appeals.
Patrick focuses his practice in the areas of insurance defense, general liability and personal injury litigation, including automobile liability, 1st-party UM/UIM claims, commercial general liability, premises liability, and professional liability claims. Patrick is admitted to practice in state and federal courts in Florida and Alabama.
Harrison Pratt focuses his practice primarily in personal injury litigation out of the Savannah, GA Office. Prior to joining the firm, he worked as a Public Defender in Tulsa, OK, a Prosecutor in Columbia, SC and most recently as in-house counsel for Allstate in their Houston, TX office. Harrison has extensive experience in handling cases from their inception to settlement or trial in multiple states. Through his experience, Harrison has obtained multiple favorable results at the trial level for his clients.
Mr. Pratt grew up in Savannah, GA, and received his bachelor’s degree in Political Science, with a minor in Religious Studies from Valdosta State University. While in college, Mr. Pratt interned with the Chatham County District Attorney’s Office.
Mr. Pratt attended the University of Tulsa College of Law where he graduated in 2017. While in law school he served as the President of his school’s ACLU chapter. During his 3L year, Mr. Pratt obtained his limited license, allowing him to represent dozens of clients in the courtroom.
Outside of work Mr. Pratt enjoys wine making, board games, basketball and golf.