A graduate from the University of Alabama and Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law, Neal is the Founder and Managing Partner of Townsend Law. Licensed in Alabama, Mississippi, and Texas, Neal has dedicated his life to serving clients across the Gulf Coast.
Throughout his career, Neal has taken numerous cases to verdict in both state and federal courts and obtained successful results in many jury trials. What sets Neal apart from many lawyers is his background in insurance and construction law: Before founding Townsend Law, Neal was a partner for an AMLAW 200 law firm, whose primary practice was representing insurance companies in complex litigation, with concentrations in the areas of construction defects; transportation and logistics; catastrophic personal injury, and representing professionals in malpractice cases, including architects, engineers, and physicians. Neal has represented many insurance carriers in his lifetime and now he plays an essential role in providing legal counseling to property management groups, condominium associations and other local businesses.
Outside of the office, Neal enjoys football, golf, and spending time with his wife, Erin, and their two children, Taylor and Vaughn.
A graduate from Jacksonville State University and Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law, Andrew is a vigorous litigator and policyholder attorney who advocates on behalf of policyholders in first-party property insurance cases. Licensed in Alabama and Florida, Andrew is passionate about holding insurance carriers accountable and helping his clients through some of the most difficult times of their lives. He is a fierce advocate both in and out of the courtroom, and he never backs down from a challenge. Andrew’s litigation practice focuses on first party insurance claims, including commercial and residential claims for losses from catastrophic events, such as hurricanes and tropical storms.
Prior to joining Townsend Law, Andrew worked at a civil litigation firm that specialized in cases involving personal injury, trucking accidents, and wrongful death. Andrew also served as the Civil Law Clerk for Judge Ben Brooks of the 13th Judicial Circuit of Mobile County.
In 2019, Andrew graduated from Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law, where he was heavily involved in Cumberland’s National Trial Team program. In 2017, Andrew was a member of Cumberland’s National Civil Trial Team that won the National Civil Trial Competition in Los Angeles, California. Andrew also won the NCTC Best Advocate Award. Before he attended law school, Andrew received his B.A. in Political Science from Jacksonville State University.
Andrew grew up in Cedartown, Georgia. He currently lives in Mobile, Alabama with his wife, Jenna. In his free time, Andrew likes to root for the Georgia Bulldogs and spend time with friends.
Katrina Koch is a key component of Townsend Law, not only with keeping the firm in motion, but assisting Neal and Andrew during their representation of homeowners, HOA’s and property management groups across the country. With a background in professional assistance, Katrina takes pride in responding to every client email and question, no matter what day of the week. Her hard work and dedication do not go unnoticed at Townsend Law, and she is proud to call Fairhope and all of the surrounding Gulf Coast her home.
When not assisting policyholders, Katrina enjoys fishing, spending time with her family and friends and rooting for the Kentucky Wildcats.