Paul fights to protect the rights of personal injury victims injured from faulty products, medical malpractice, and other accidents caused by the negligence of others.
Danbury, Connecticut, January 6, 1962
Temple University, BA, 1983
Delaware Law School, JD, cum laude, 1988
2002, Pennsylvania; 2003, New Jersey; 2004, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
Paul received his BA in communications from Temple University
in 1983 and his
JD, cum laude
, from Delaware Law School
in 1988. Paul was a Philadelphia
District Attorney from 1988-1998 under Ronald D. Castille and Lynne Abraham. During his tenure in the DA’s Office, Paul was chosen to be a member of the Homicide Unit and prosecuted many capital murder cases. While
serving in the Homicide Unit, Paul lectured on evidence at The University Of Notre Dame School of Law. In 1998, Paul entered private practice and has represented people who were profoundly injured by
asbestos exposure, latex glove allergy and motor vehicle accidents. Additionally, Paul has represented hundreds of railroad workers who were injured at work and filed claims under the Federal Employer’s
Liability Act (FELA). He has successfully litigated FELA claims in Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. During his over twenty year career as a trial
attorney Paul has tried to verdict over 80 jury trials. In 2005, Paul received the highest possible professional rating in legal ability from his peers in the form of an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell.