Micah Pardun grew up in Mesquite, Texas and graduated from North Mesquite High School where he was captain of the football team and graduated number three in his class. Following high school, Micah attended Austin College in Sherman, Texas on an academic scholarship. In addition to playing football, Micah also started the pre-law society and graduated with a double major in political science and communications. Micah received his law degree from SMU Law School. While there he represented numerous clients through the SMU Criminal Defense Clinic, and tried 4 jury trials before graduating.
Micah spent the first three years of his career defending clients in premises liability and toxic tort cases. He went on to practice labor and employment law, where he tried two unfair labor practice trials, and became the youngest attorney in the United States to appear before a Federal District Court and defend a client against a National Labor Relations Board injunction.
Micah spent the next 10 years as senior in-house counsel for United Automobile and Travelers Insurance companies. During those years he defended the insurance companies and their insureds in car wreck cases. He tried and won over 20 jury trials in Dallas, Tarrant, and Collin counties. Despite success as a defense attorney, Micah realized that he was representing the wrong side.
In May 2019, Micah joined the personal injury law firm, Eberstein Witherite, LLC. He now uses his knowledge of the tricks and tactics used by insurance companies, as well as his extensive trial experience, to help injured clients fight for fair compensation.
When he is not working, Micah enjoys cooking, traveling, and cheering on the Fighting Irish of Norte Dame with his wife and son.