About Mitch

Mitchell “Mitch” Abeita

He received an athletic scholarship to The University of Nebraska. In Lincoln, he was a First Team All-Big Twelve catcher, and nominated for the Johnny Bench Award in 2008. Mitchell was drafted by the New York Yankees in the 19th round of the 2008 MLB player draft. Yet, he finished his bachelor degree while in the farm system. As an Attorney, he has tried 17 civil jury trials to verdict. Not all cases go to trial, but when they do, its good to have Mitch on your side. 

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After a traumatic injury to his eye, he was forced to take time off from baseball. During that time off, he sharpened his academic skills and applied to law school in 2014. He was accepted into the inaugural class of UNT Dallas College of Law. At UNT, he received an academic scholarship and CALI award in Evidence. After passing the bar, Mitchell put up his spikes and hung out a shingle deciding to focus on a new passion—Representing catastrophically injured victims in personal injury cases. His passion for helping injured victims continues today. 

He worked at several high-volume law firms early in his legal career. After working at one of the most high- volume trial firms in Texas, Mitchell  branched out on his own. His ability to describe mechanisms of harm to juries makes him a key attorney to have on your litigation team. His baseball background is an inestimable asset having consistent exposure to sports medicine and training.  In Texas, he has tried 17 civil jury cases to verdict with the majority as plaintiff’s verdicts. He is a warrior. He will face the toughest cases with an unwavering desire to pursue justice. He will work tirelessly on getting you compensation you deserve.


  • 2017 CALI Excellence Award Evidence 
  • 2010 MiLB All-Star Selection 
  • 2008 Rawlings All-Region Selection 
  • 2008 Big XII All-Conference Selection 
  • 2008 NY Yankee Draft Pick


  • UNT Dallas College of Law 
  • University of Nebraska—Lincoln


  • State of Texas
  • Federal Northern District of Texas