Practice Areas

Jemison & Mendelsohn, a law firm in Montgomery, Alabama, has successfully represented clients in many areas of law over the years.  Kenny Mendelsohn has fine-tuned his practice to various areas of plaintiff representation in which he is considered to be an expert by many of his colleagues.  While many cases settle before trial, Kenny is a highly experienced litigator and well respected in the courtroom.  Jemison & Mendelsohn concentrates its practice in the areas that follow. To speak with us about your legal matter — or if you are an attorney who would like to discuss a referral — we encourage you to contact us. New client consultations are at no cost to you.

Defective Water Pipes

Many homes in East Montgomery and Pike Road have experienced water leaks in recent years due to defective PEX water pipes manufactured by the Canadian company, BOW. The resulting damage costs homeowners thousands of dollars to repair. Most of our cli… Read More

Truck & Semi-Truck Accidents

If you have been seriously injured or have lost a loved one in a trucking accident, unfortunately there is a good chance that it happened because someone was negligent or violating the law. Most trucking companies are regulated by the Federal Governm… Read More

Wrongful Death Cases

The law in Alabama in fatal car wrecks is different than every other state in the country. While most states seek to determine the financial value of the victim, Alabama recognizes that all life is precious and the verdict or settlement of a death cl… Read More

Car Wrecks

Through the years, we have learned that most wrecks are not “accidents,” but the predictable result of another driver’s carelessness. Drunk drivers and fatigued drivers have always been a danger. In recent years, texting has led to millions of… Read More

Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect

The number of injuries and deaths of residents in nursing home facilities has been on the rise in recent years. Sadly, too often nursing home and rehabilitation facilities prioritize profit over patient care. Instead of focusing on their responsibili… Read More

Whistleblower Law

In 1863, because of vast amounts of fraud committed against the federal government, Congress enacted and President Abraham Lincoln signed into law, the False Claims Act. Also known as Lincoln’s Law, the Act established a system to reward whistleblo… Read More