Personal Injury Law News

Injured on the Road? Avoid These 5 Personal Injury Claim Mistakes 

Keith Saltzman - Thursday, September 07, 2017

Has an irresponsible driver turned your life upside down? Text

When Everything Depends on Finding the Right Offshore Injury Attorney

Keith Saltzman - Friday, July 28, 2017


What Do You Do After A Car Accident?

Keith Saltzman - Friday, June 30, 2017


Imagine you are on your way to work. Maybe you’re on your way home from the store. Text

Who Are the Best Personal Injury Lawyers Near Me?

Keith Saltzman - Sunday, May 07, 2017

Sure, we’ve all heard the “lawyer jokes.” But it’s no laughing matter when you suffer loss or injury. Text

5 Questions To Ask An Injury Attorney

Keith Saltzman - Friday, April 28, 2017

Whether from an 18 wheeler accident or an offshore drilling accident, an injury caused by another driver or by unsafe working conditions can turn your life upside down. Text

The Longshore Act and The Jones Act

Keith Saltzman - Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Maritime laws are complicated and, legally speaking, quite different from worker’s compensations law. If you’ve been injured, you need the services of qualified maritime attorneys like Anderson, Dozier, Blanda & Saltzman.  Text

5 Tricks Insurance Companies Use to Avoid Settlement

Keith Saltzman - Wednesday, February 22, 2017


How Fast Can We Settle Your Personal Injury Claim?

Keith Saltzman - Tuesday, January 10, 2017

"I want to put this behind me." Text

When to Call an Offshore Crane Accident Attorney

Keith Saltzman - Thursday, December 08, 2016

Working with cranes is dangerous. That's why the job requires lots of training and adherence to strict OSHA regulations regarding personal protective equipment and procedures.  Text

What is Product Liability?

Keith Saltzman - Thursday, October 27, 2016

If you've been following the news lately, you may have heard of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones that have become infamous for catching fire due to faulty batteries. 

Before being discontinued for good, the phones were responsible for starting fires in people's homes and in user's pockets, and most recently they have been banned on board commercial airliners. Still, despite the recall and damage control done by Samsung, the company could be under fire (no pun intended) for violations of product liability law.