Boris Zhadanovskiy

BORIS ZHADANOVSKIY brings to the Searcy Denney team not only a law degree, but an undergraduate degree in business administration and fluency in both English and Russian.  He draws upon his experience in complex insurance litigation to make sure that insurance companies keep their promises to policyholders who have been harmed.

A Florida native who grew up in West Palm Beach, Mr. Zhadanovskiy graduated magna cum laude in Business Administration from Florida State University, where he competed for the Florida State cycling team in the Southeastern Collegiate Cycling Conference.  He earned his J.D. degree from Wake Forest University School of Law and was honored with a CALI Excellence for the Future award – a national program honoring the highest scoring student in a law school class – for his participation in the Wake Forest Community Business Clinic.

While completing his legal education, Mr. Zhadanovskiy interned with the Honorable Donald M. Middlebrooks, Judge for the 11th Judicial Circuit of Florida and worked with the Federal Public Defender for the Middle District of North Carolina, as well as with Maynard & Harris, an insurance litigation firm in Winston Salem.

Mr. Zhadanovskiy is admitted to practice in the State of Florida in all jurisdictions. He is an active member of The Florida Bar, the Palm Beach County Bar Association, the Florida Justice Association, and the American Bar Association.

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