Robert A. Krause Partner
Robert "Bob" A. Krause has tried numerous cases throughout the United States. He has represented clients who were seriously injured or killed as a result of defects in automobiles, tires, and wheels, and as a result of medical malpractice, industrial explosions, and automobile and trucking collisions.
Distinguished Trial Lawyer
He was one of the lead attorneys in the first bellwether trial in the Toyota Motor Corporation Unintended Acceleration Multi-District Litigation in the United States District Court for the Central District of California. He has taught at numerous continuing legal education seminars including ones presented by the American Association for Justice, the Western Trial Lawyers Association, and the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association.
Bob tries very hard to listen to his clients, learning what is most important to them and what justice would mean to them so that they can work together to achieve the best possible result. To date, Bob has recovered over $100 million in verdicts and settlements for his clients.
Education & Early Experience
Bob was born and raised in Reading, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Shippensburg State College in 1981 with a degree in business administration. He then enrolled at the University of Dayton School of Law and graduated, magna cum laude, in 1984.
After completing a clerkship with the Court of Appeals of Maryland, he practiced in Baltimore, Maryland and the District of Columbia for five years. In 1990 he moved to Wyoming to work for The Spence Law Firm. He has been a partner in The Spence Law Firm since 1995.
Bob and his wife have three children and they are active in their children's lives and community events. Bob has competed in numerous triathlons, running races and open water swims.
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If you are struggling with a serious injury, or are fighting against seemingly impossible odds against big corporations, insurance companies or the government, call us to speak with our team of trial lawyers who will fight for you. We take no fee unless we earn it by winning your case.