Wyatt P. Montgomery
Wyatt Montgomery is a lawyer in Beasley Allen’s Personal Injury and Products Liability Section and is based out of the Mobile office. Wyatt handles a variety of personal injury cases, representing individuals who have been injured and family members of deceased victims.
His practice is primarily focused on product liability actions and commercial vehicle wrecks. Before joining the firm, Wyatt worked for other plaintiff law firms in Alabama.
Wyatt grew up in Chatom, Alabama. In his spare time, Wyatt enjoys hunting, fishing and watching Alabama Football.
Wyatt is a member of the Alabama State Bar and the Alabama State Bar Young Lawyers Section, where he serves on the Executive Committee. He is also a member of the Alabama Association for Justice and the Birmingham Bar Association.
Wyatt graduated from the University of Alabama, earning dual undergraduate degrees in political science and journalism in 2010. He graduated from Faulkner University Thomas Good Jones School of Law in 2013.
While in law school, Wyatt was very active in the trial advocacy program, competing in multiple trial competitions at the national level, including the Michigan State National Mock Trial Competition and the National Trial Competition. Additionally, Wyatt served on the Board of Advocates. This organization participated in moot court competitions and hosted and coordinated inner-school competitions, including the J. Greg Allen Mock Trial Competition, named after our own Greg Allen.
Wyatt was elected to the Student Bar Association for all three years of law school, where he served as SBA Senator, Vice President and President. He was also awarded the prestigious Dean’s Scholarship. At graduation, Wyatt was honored with the Advocacy Award, an award voted on by the entire faculty and given to the student who most represents the ideas of Jones School of Law.