Mr. Cowen was raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2011. Mr. Cowen earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Management at the University of Arizona’s Karl Eller School of Business, and his Juris Doctorate from Nova Southeastern University.
Mr. Cowen concentrates his practice on litigating, from inception through trial, all types of personal injury claims. Prior to forming Cowen Edwards, PLLC., Mr. Cowen was responsible for building the litigation division at another local South Florida law firm where his primary focus was representing those who were injured as a result of car accidents, slip/trip and falls, dog bites, cruise ship accidents, medical-malpractice, wrongful death, and negligent security.
Prior to representing the interests of those who have been injured, Mr. Cowen had the opportunity to represent various insurance companies in all aspects of defending personal injury claims from inception through trial. His in-depth experience in understanding how insurance companies evaluate personal injury claims provides him with the professional insight to effectively negotiate and litigate on behalf of injured clients.
Paul Edwards is a partner at the law firm of Cowen Edwards, PLLC. Mr. Edwards has the pleasure of representing clients in Federal and state courts throughout Florida. Mr. Edwards’ practice focuses on personal injury and property claims as well as commercial and business litigation. Mr. Edwards spent several years working on behalf of prominent insurance companies and this experience gives him invaluable insight into the insurance claim, investigation, and litigation processes. Mr. Edwards also handles general practice and litigation matters and consults for several businesses and professionals.
Mr. Edwards obtained his law degree from Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center. During law school, Mr. Edwards focused on refining his advocacy skills as an active member of multiple trial competition teams and as a Board Member of the Nova Trial Association. Mr. Edwards was awarded several team and individual awards for his efforts and also received the High Grade Award in Advanced Trial Advocacy. Upon graduation, Mr. Edwards advocacy was further recognized by his receipt of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy Excellence in Advocacy Award and his induction into the Order of Barristers.
No two cases are the same, and therefore no two cases should be treated the same. Mr. Edwards prides himself on his attention to detail, personalized service, and singular focus both in evaluation of his client’s issues and in pursuing his client’s goals