I believe each client should be given the highest level of attention.
Orlando, Florida (PRWEB) June 21, 2012
Carolyn Salzmann, a Personal Injury Attorney in Orlando Florida, was awarded the James G. Glazebrook Professionalism and Service Award. This highly prestigious award is given to honor an outstanding lawyer or judge who is a member of the Inn of Courts, and has displayed an excellent level of service to the Inn, professionalism, and integrity in practice.
“It was an immense honor to be chosen for the James G. Glazebrook Professionalism and Service Award,” Carolyn said. She is the fifth recipient of this award given by the George C. Young First Central Florida American Inn of Courts. Prior recipients include current federal and state court judges. The goal of this award is to recognize lawyers and judges that appreciate the standards held by The Honorable James G. Glazebrook. He was a jurist, who was dedicated to the Inn of Courts’ mission of mentoring young lawyers. He felt it was of great importance to practice law with honor and integrity.
Carolyn is the founder of The Salzmann Firm whose focus is on auto accident and personal injury cases. The law firm in Orlando has handled thousands of auto accident cases from across the state and around the country. Carolyn attended the University of Toledo School Of Law, where she graduated third in her class and received several “highest ranking student” awards in certain law classes.
Before opening her own firm, Carolyn worked at one of Orlando’s largest Personal Injury Firms, where she handled well over 1,000 personal injury cases as the lead attorney. She opened her The Salzmann Firm in February 2010, in order to have a smaller attorney to client ratio. She felt it was important to give each case the time and dedication it needed to move forward. “I believe each client should be given the highest level of attention,” Carolyn shared.
The Salzmann Firm is located in Orlando, Florida practicing in areas of automobile and motorcycle accidents, wrongful death, medical malpractice, product liability, premises liability, and slip and fall cases. Carolyn has significant trial experience in serious personal injury matters, in addition to a vast amount of experience in commercial litigation matters.