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Get Fair Compensation with our Montgomery Slip and Fall Lawyers

Despite their portrayal in media as trivial mishaps, slip and fall accidents are a significant source of personal injury in the United States, including in Montgomery, Alabama. These accidents often result from hazardous conditions like wet floors, uneven pavements, or cluttered walkways. Whether occurring in a public space like the historic Dexter Avenue or within the confines of a private property like Eastdale Mall, the risk of a slip and fall is more prevalent than many realize. The CDC reports over 20,000 such incidents annually. If you've experienced a slip and fall accident in Montgomery or the surrounding areas, our expert Alabama attorneys are ready to help. We ensure your voice is heard and justice is served in your case.

Premises Liability Attorneys

In Montgomery, where landmarks like the Alabama State Capitol and the Montgomery Zoo attract numerous visitors, property owners are legally obligated to maintain safe conditions. This falls under premises liability law. Negligence in this duty can lead to accidents, potentially making the property owner liable for injuries. Common causes of slip and fall incidents in Montgomery include:

  • Unmarked wet floors in places like The Shoppes at EastChase
  • Rubbish left on floors in busy areas like Riverfront Park
  • Uneven sidewalks along historical districts
  • Loose carpeting in older buildings
  • Uneven stairs in establishments like the Hank Williams Museum
  • Faulty handrails in public buildings
  • Exposed hoses or wires in construction zones


These accidents can literally occur at any place — at any time. Primarily the burden of proof largely falls on the victim in a slip and fall accident case. Due to this, it is important to document as much of the scene as possible after your injury. Take photos of the conditions of the area and speak to witnesses if possible. Once you are able to, contact our law office as soon as possible to start the process of filing your claim against the negligent party responsible.



Here at Wettermark & Keith, LLC., no case is too big and no case is too small for our expert slip and fall injury lawyers to pursue. Our top attorneys represent each and every client with the utmost respect, compassion, and employ the thorough legal expertise needed to make their case a success. We realize that this is likely a difficulty situation for you and possibly your family and are here for you. Slip and fall accidents are a serious injury and we won’t let you be bullied, ridiculed, or taken advantage of after your accident.

If you have been injured due to the negligence of another person in a slip and fall accident, contact our seasoned personal injury lawyers today. Together we can seek a financial compensation figure that meets your needs as a victim and can continue to provide for your, long after this ordeal is over.


When selecting clients to represent in court, our firm operates on a contingency fee basis. What this means to our clients is simple: if we don’t win your case, you won’t pay anything. We choose to operate this way for the sole benefit of our clients, we want to see you obtain a successful recovery so that you can continue to carry on with your life.

Contact us today if you have been the victim of a personal injury after a slip and fall accident. Fill out the free case evaluation form on our web site and we will get back to you promptly. If you wish to speak to us directly, feel free to call one of our three branches.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you experience a slip and fall accident, first seek medical attention for any injuries. Then, document the scene as thoroughly as possible – take photos, note the location (such as near Montgomery's Riverwalk Stadium or Court Square Fountain), and gather contact information from any witnesses. It’s also important to report the incident to the property owner or manager.

In Alabama, the statute of limitations for filing a slip and fall lawsuit is generally two years from the date of the accident. It’s crucial to initiate legal action within this period to preserve your right to compensation.

Yes, you can file a claim if your slip and fall accident occurred in a public place, like the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts. Public entities have a duty to maintain safe environments, just like private property owners.

In a slip and fall case, you may be entitled to recover damages for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and any other losses related to your injury. The exact compensation will depend on the specifics of your case.