The Adkins Firm

Speaker Bio

Micah Adkins represents identity theft victims and consumers with credit or background report errors in federal court across the U.S. The Adkins Firm maintains offices across the South, including Birmingham, Dallas and Houston.  On November 1, The Adkins Firm will open its 4th office location, Nashville, Tennessee.

Micah has litigated over individual 100 lawsuits in federal court under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).  He regularly prosecutes identity theft claims against Equifax, Experian, Trans Union and data furnishers.  Micah also represents consumers with class claims under the FCRA.

Micah earned his Bachelor of Science degree with honors (cum laude) from the University of Texas, at Dallas, in 2000.  He earned his juris doctorate from the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in 2005.  While in law school, Micah was honored by his classmates as the Peer Scholarship Recipient, and he served as an Associate Justice on the Honor Court. He has been named one of Birmingham’s top consumer lawyers by peer review from 2012- 2016.   He has also been recognized by Super Lawyers from 2014-2017.

He is a member of the Alabama and Texas Bars.  Micah is also admitted to the United States District courts for: Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Alabama; District of Colorado; Eastern District of Michigan; Western District of Tennessee; Eastern, Northern, Southern and Western Districts of Texas; and the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth, Ninth and Eleventh Circuits.

Mr. Adkins is regularly invited to speak on consumer protection issues, especially identity theft and the FCRA.  He has been invited to speak on identity theft and victims’ rights by the following organizations: the Alabama State Bar, Birmingham Bar Association, City of Orlando, Dallas Bar Association, Florida Bar, Houston Bar Association, Huntsville/Madison County Bar Association, various Legal Aid organizations and numerous others.

Family is important to Mr. Adkins.  He and his wife have five children.