Along with serious physical injuries, the firm handles insurance fraud, consumer fraud and class action cases.
At Mann & Potter we have experienced attorneys who can help you get compensation for your pain and suffering, and any other inconveniences that you may have gone through as a result of being injured as a result of someone else’s negligence. Get a free consultation with us today!
Car accidents are unfortunately very common in Alabama. If you have been injured through no fault of your own you have the right to collect on your damages. Get a free consultation with our experienced attorneys today!
Truck accidents are extremely dangerous, and can potentially be life-altering incidents. If you have been involved in such an incident, visit our experienced attorneys today to receive a free consultation!
Consumers buy products with the expectation that they will be helped in someway, not hurt in some way. If you have been injured or harmed in some way by a product that was defective, visit our experienced attorneys for a free initial consultation!
If you have suffered an injury on someone else’s property, whether a public property or private, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. Visit us to learn more today!
If you have lost a loved one due to the negligence of someone else you have a right to collect for damages done to your family as a result of your loss. Visit our experienced attorneys for a free initial consultation today!
Brain Injuries are among the most serious types of injuries that a person can suffer. These often result in life-altering consequences that are very challenging to recover from. If you or a loved one has suffered from such an injury visit us to get a free consultation!
Drivers who get behind the wheel after consuming alcohol are guilty of a crime, but if they hit and injure someone while driving they can also be held accountable for the victim’s injuries.
600 University Park Place,
Birmingham, Alabama 35209
Mann & Potter, PC is located in Birmingham, AL and serves clients state-wide, including communities in Jefferson County, Shelby County, Calhoun County, Tuscaloosa County, Montgomery County, Marion County, Talladega County, Macon County, Marengo County, Greene County, and more.