Paul Evans joined Beasley Allen Law Firm as Of Counsel in our Consumer Fraud Section in October 2017. He handles class actions, antitrust issues, whistleblower claims and Medicaid fraud litigation.
Currently, Paul’s practice is focused on class action litigation filed on behalf of life insurance policyholders who have experienced unfounded premium increases. The lawsuits filed by Beasley Allen allege that these increases are implemented ultimately to benefit shareholders and rid the insurance companies of near-term liabilities they have accrued due to wrongful use of captive reinsurance companies.
Paul is a member of the Alabama State Bar, the Alabama State Bar Young Lawyers Section, the American Association for Justice and the Hugh Maddox American Inn of Court.
Paul graduated summa cum laude with a B.S. in political science from Troy University in 2014. While at Troy, Paul was elected by the student body as Vice President of the Student Government Association in addition to serving as Vice President of the Sigma Chi Fraternity. He then earned his J.D. from Faulkner University’s Thomas Goode Jones School of Law three years later, graduating magna cum laude.
While in law school, he was an editorial board member of the Faulkner Law Review, President of the Student Bar Association, and a Walter J. Knabe Scholar. He also earned the Dean’s Award, five Best Paper awards, and a place on the Dean’s Honor Roll each semester. In addition, he was Regional Champion of the ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition, was Best Brief Finalist and Semi-Finalist at Faulkner’s First-Year Moot Court Competition, and was Semi-Finalist of Faulkner’s Greg Allen Mock Trial Competition. Paul also assisted with the Pro Se Litigation Assistance Program.
Before joining Beasley Allen full time, Paul clerked with the firm’s Fraud Section and interned with Justice Tommy Bryan of the Alabama Supreme Court.
A native of Montgomery, Paul attends First Baptist Church.