Injury attorney, co-founder and Senior Partner at AkinMears, LLC, Truett Akin has over 20 years of experience representing injured individuals against multi-national corporations, big pharma and large insurance companies.

As a passionate advocate for those that cannot afford to hire an expensive hourly attorney, Truett has handled claims for individuals across the United States injured by prescription drugs, medical devices and defective products including asbestos, mesothelioma victims, maritime incidents, aviation disasters, burn victims and various other types of personal injury.


Results, Results, Results

With over $3 Billion in settlements, verdicts and awards, Truett is one of the most accomplished and experienced attorneys in the country. He has handled claims all over the United States for residents of all 50 states.

Truett received his JD from South Texas College of Law and has been licensed since 1998. He attended undergraduate studies at University of Houston, where he lettered three years in intercollegiate football and met his wife.


Family Comes First

Truett is a family man who loves his wife, children, church and country. On the weekends you can often find Truett coaching his sons’ little league teams, repairing the family house and property or playing pick-up basketball at the local church.

Truett’s father, Bryan Akin, was a distinguished attorney. “My father taught me the importance of family and hard work. He lived it every day of his life,” said Truett, “and I hope to be as good of a role model to my three young sons.”

It is all in the family as two of his sisters also work as attorneys with the firm helping injured individuals.


Always Giving Back

“I believe in giving back to the community.”

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Truett and his family contribute to many national and local charities, including the Houston Children’s Museum, Museum of Natural Science, local youth sports programs, their church and their children’s kids’ schools. In addition, Truett and his family support Crime Stoppers, a crime victim’s advocacy group, Houston’s art community and Autism awareness groups including Social Motion Skills