June 5, 2023

Volume XIII, Number 156


Robert M. Fulton

Early in his career, Bob Fulton was retained as state-wide counsel for an automobile manufacturer, which speaks to his ability to become a trusted advocate and counselor for his clients.

Bob currently serves on the firm’s Management Committee, and on the Diversity & Inclusion and Wellness Committees. He defends companies in products liability, catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death claims. Throughout his career, Bob has defended national and international clients in numerous automotive, trucking, consumer products and power tool products liability cases throughout Florida and in several other states. He also has represented retailers and home builders in premises liability matters. He prides himself on being responsive to clients and on bringing cases to a successful conclusion through settlement or trial, whichever is best for the client.

He has tried cases in federal and state courts within Florida and outside of Florida. He is one of the firm’s liaisons with the Trial Network.

Active in the community, Bob currently serves as co-chair of the American Heart Association Lawyers with Heart for the Tampa Bay Heart Walk and is active within his church. He was Outstanding Alumnus in 2002 for the Department of Criminology at the University of Florida and for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences in 2003. Bob was Project Care Volunteer of the Year for Big Brothers/Big Sisters in Hillsborough County for 2001.

When not at work, Bob enjoys being outdoors – hiking, biking, walking and fishing. He is also passionate about watching and following the Florida Gators and the Duke Blue Devils.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Robert M. Fulton