Our accomplished founder and managing attorney has concentrated our practice
exclusively on personal injury. When it comes to matters of law, Ms. Salzmann
is a firm believer that a singular focus enables an attorney to deliver
the exceptional level of attention and honed legal skill a client deserves.
She devotes all her time and energy helping our clients achieve the maximum
Her impressive resume includes:
Degree in chemical engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. As a former technical engineer who designed and built manufacturing facilities
throughout the country, she has the ability understand the biomechanics
of an injury.
Master of Business Administration degree from Pepperdine University. She understands the economic damages caused by your injury. Knowing the
full financial ramifications of a serious accident enables her to tenaciously
advocate for your optimal restitution.
Graduated third in her class from University of Toledo School Of Law. Ms. Salzmann has the recognized legal acumen you need to unravel the complexities
of personal injury cases.
Her passionate advocacy has garnered her numerous awards and accolades,
Granted membership in
Million Dollar Advocates Forum®. Less than 1% of all attorneys in the United States are admitted as members
into this prestigious group.
Recipient of the
James Glazebrook Professionalism Award for excellence in her service to the legal community and the Inns of Court. Ms. Salzmann
was the first non-judge in history to receive this incredibly high honor.
Board Member of George C. Young First Central Florida American Inn of Court
Appointed by the Mayor and City Council to the City of
Orlando Code Enforcement Board
Ms. Salzmann personally handles car accidents, premises liability, slip
and fall, medical malpractice, products liability, dog bite, boating accidents,
motorcycle accidents, excessive use of force, and other personal injury
actions in both state and federal courts.
Before joining our firm as a senior trial attorney, Billie Jo Belcher earned
a reputation as an exceptionally accomplished prosecutor in the state
of Ohio. Her record was so stellar she was
selected as Ohio Assistant Prosecuting Attorney of the Year 2008. In her 12 years as a prosecutor, she successfully handles hundreds of
cases, some all the way up to the Ohio State Supreme court, something
that few attorneys ever have the opportunity to do.
As a prosecutor, she witnessed first-hand the dire consequences of an individual's
recklessness or disregard, making her switch into personal injury law
a natural transition. She has extensive experience in discovering evidence,
reconstructing accidents, and cross-examining witnesses. Her ability to
effectively communicate technical and complex issues to a jury is an invaluable asset.
Advocating for victims of DUIs and other crimes has garnered Ms. Belcher
a keen insight into mild and traumatic brain injuries. She has mastered
the technique needed to present these types of cases to juries and insurance
companies. Her combination of distinctive legal skill, unwavering resolve,
and vibrant personality has earned her the respect of many judges and
attorneys, as well as her co-workers.