Johnna Ingalls

Personal Injury Attorney

Intro: Johnna Ingalls joined Wettermark Keith's Montgomery office in 2023, bringing a deep passion for advocacy and years of personal injury experience. As a litigation attorney, she represents victims of motor vehicle collisions, truck crashes, motorcycle wrecks, and medical malpractice. Johnna brings valuable expertise and unwavering commitment to assisting injury victims.

Background: A native of Geneva, Alabama, Johnna graduated from Auburn University in 2010 with a degree in Zoology. She then attended Faulkner University's Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, passing the Alabama bar exam in 2013. Johnna launched her legal career handling plaintiff's personal injury litigation in Dothan and Birmingham before returning to the River Region in 2020.

Johnna's “Why”: For Johnna, law provides meaningful ways to help people in some of the most difficult situations of their lives. From a young age, she knew her calling was to serve others. As a first generation lawyer, Johnna finds great fulfillment guiding clients through legal challenges and securing the justice they deserve through creative, concrete solutions. She strives to be a trusted resource and a servant for those in her community most in need.

Bar Admissions:

  • Alabama Bar

Just For Fun: Johhna is extremely active in the Alabama state bar and serves on the board of directors for the Montgomery County Bar Association. Outside work, she enjoys soaking up the sunshine at Panama City Beach, cheering on Auburn sports teams, cooking, baking, and spending time with family in Geneva. Johnna loves exploring new places with her family and cocker spaniel, Oliver - especially weekend trips to New Orleans. When she needs a music break, you can find Johnna playing Taylor Swift, John Mayer, 70’s rock, and early 2000s rap songs.

Free Consultation

you won’t pay us anything until we’ve won your case


Free Consultation

In a rush? Call us.

(877) 715-9300

"*" indicates required fields

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.