Montgomery Personal Injury Attorney

Montgomery, the capital of Alabama and the  county seat of Montgomery County, is the second most populous city in the state, second only behind Birmingham. With some 212,000 citizens, Montgomery has an area of some 156 square miles, most of which is land. However, downtown Montgomery does lie along the southern bank of the Alabama River.

Because it is the capital, Montgomery houses many state and local government buildings, including the state capitol, which is located on Dexter Avenue. On the same street is Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, where Martin Luther King was pastor. The First White House of the Confederacy and Old Alabama Town, which features more than 50 restored buildings from the 19th Century are also close by. In addition to housing many government agencies, Montgomery has a strong military presence with Maxwell Air Force Base. Public universities include Alabama State University, Troy University (Montgomery campus) and Auburn University at Montgomery.

Montgomery is also home to the Wynton M. Blount Cultural Park, which houses the renowned Alabama Shakespeare Festival and the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts. The Montgomery Biscuits, a AA Southern League baseball team associated with the Tampa Bay Rays, plays at the Montgomery Riverwalk Stadium downtown.

In light of all the activity in Montgomery and the surrounding areas, there is no doubt that the citizens are exposed to many different types of personal injury incidents. In fact, because it is a busy, political hub, with people coming and going, it could be at an increased risk for accidents. Personal injury events that can occur include car accidents, commercial truck wrecks, construction site mishaps, dog bites, work-related accidents, defective products, medical malpractice, nursing home abuse and much more. If you or a loved one has been injured through no fault of your own in the Montgomery area, call the Montgomery personal injury attorneys at Hollis Wright Law Firm as soon as possible at 205.324.3600 or 844.LAW.TALK for a FREE consultation. You may also contact us here.

Do Not Wait to Hire an Attorney for Your Injury Claim

Because of the unique circumstances surrounding personal injury cases, it is extremely important that you contact an attorney as soon as possible after the incident that caused your injury. Assuming your case is deemed viable, you will likely be entitled to receive compensation for lost wages, medical bills, emotional distress, pain and suffering, disfigurement, and/or a host of other damages. Don't let insurance companies take advantage of you by keeping you from receiving what you are entitled to receive.

Although contacting an attorney quickly is important, it is more important that you seek medical attention first. This is obviously for your safety and well-being, as well as for the good of your potential claim. Your attorney will need your injuries well documented to be able to properly prepare your claim and potential case. Acting quickly is also important, as key witnesses will generally forget the details of the incident as time passes. They may also become less inclined to get involved in the situation and help. Your memory of the events will likely fade as well with the passage of time. Additionally, it is critically important that any evidence from the scene or related to the incident be immediately preserved. An attorney can help locate, collect and preserve any physical evidence. Further, strict timelines known as statutes of limitations will apply to your personal injury claim. If your law suit is not filed on or before the expiration of the applicable statute of limitations, then you will be forever barred from pursuing your case.

Experienced Attorneys Working for You

The competent Montgomery personal injury attorneys at Hollis Wright fight aggressively for each client, including investing valuable resources—time, financial and manpower. Many personal injury cases do not go to trial, but our attorneys will prepare for each claim as if it will end up in the courtroom to ensure that you receive any and all compensation to which you are entitled. We will draw from our own investigators and experts, as well as use outside consultants to ensure you have a solid case. Our attorneys have more than 150 years of combined experience and are accustomed to and excel at handling cases that involve complex and difficult issues.

Get the Help You Deserve

If you or a loved one has been injured or killed in a personal injury incident through no fault of your own, contact the Montgomery accident and injury attorneys at Hollis, Wright & Clay, P.C. as soon as possible for a FREE and private consultation. We work on a contingency fee basis, meaning we don't get paid unless we recover money damages on your behalf. We will review your options and determine what compensation you are entitled to receive. You can reach us here or call us at 205.324.3600 or 844.LAW.TALK.

Client Reviews
"I, along with dad and family, want to thank your law firm for all that you did for us in representing my dad in his case. We were very satisfied with the settlement and the overall efforts by your firm. We also think that you and your staff made the process seem calm and smooth, yet professional. We could not have asked for a better attorney -- we would recommend you and your firm to anyone needing your expertise. Thanks so much for everything!!!" D. Hayes and C. Griffin, Clay County, AL
"Mr. Clay, I want to express my gratitude to you for agreeing to take my case. I know that I contacted your law firm with a fast approaching statute of limitations and some really significant challenges in proving my case. Thanks for the time, work, research and energy that you put into my case and for helping achieve a successful outcome. Peace and blessings to you and your family." V. Daniel, Philadelphia, PA
"The team at Hollis Wright were there for my husband when no one else would take his case. Not only did he work hard and recover money that we were owed. Without the help of Hollis Wright, we couldn't have afforded the care my husband needed and I would have lost him much sooner. We'll always consider you a part of the family." Donna B. Jemison, AL