Paul has prevailed for clients at local, state and federal trial and appellate court levels, as well as in arbitration and mediation forums. He has secured wins in numerous complex civil litigation cases, including a coverage dispute between two insurance companies involving a claim in excess of $70 million; complex million-dollar medical malpractice suits; and a high-profile coverage and liability action brought by a concert attendee who was severely injured when a fan dove into the audience from the venue’s stage.
Clients praise Paul for his hands-on service approach. He evaluates the merits of each case, discusses all available options, and stays engaged at every stage of the process – whether pursuing resolution through out-of-court negotiation or at trial. Drawing on his experience representing plaintiffs in personal injury and medical malpractice litigation, Paul frequently counsels medical professionals and businesses on litigation avoidance and insurance coverage strategies. He regularly presents seminars to chiropractors and offers practical, frank advice on ways to implement best-practice tactics designed to mitigate risk.
Throughout his career, Paul has held a number of leadership roles in professional and civic organizations in the area. In addition to holding Martindale-Hubbell’s AV Preeminent rating, he has been recognized for excellence in Best Lawyers for representing both plaintiffs and defendants in medical malpractice cases, as well as by Super Lawyers, The Capital and What’s Up? Annapolis.
A resident of Arnold, Maryland, Paul and his wife, Susan, are the parents of two teenage daughters, Claire and Brooke, who they adopted from Vietnam.