Daniel Mims represents businesses, corporations, and individuals in a broad range of legal issues. His practice areas include Personal Injury Litigation, Termite Litigation, Tort Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Construction Advice & Litigation, Domestic Relations-Divorce & Family Law, Criminal Defense, Probate Law-Litigation/Wills, Collections, and General Civil Litigation.
He is the founder of The Mims Firm. He serves as the Municipal Court Judge in Bayou La Batre, Alabama. He also works as the Prosecutor for the City of Citronelle, Alabama.
He secured bar admission in Alabama in 1985. He is also admitted to the US District Courts in Southern, Northern, and Middle Districts of Alabama. He has also earned admission in the U.S. Court of Appeals 11th Circuit. He is a member of Alabama Association for Justice, Alabama Bar Association, and Mobile Bar Association.
He went to the Troy State University and earned his B.S. with major in American History, Political Science, and Business Administration in 1982. He also served as Clerk for the Student Government Association there.
He obtained his Juris Doctor from Cumberland School of Law. He served on the Trial Advocacy Board while studying there. He also won the James O. Haley Federal Court Competition.
He participates in the Volunteer Lawyers Program at the Mobile Bar Association. He serves as the Director of Parkway Senior Citizens Foundation. He is also the Director at the Mobile Baptist Association.