Legal Excellence


Legal Excellence

Celebrating 69 years of legal excellence.

Bennett, Bricklin & Saltzburg LLC is committed to providing our clients high quality yet cost effective civil litigation services. From the inception of the firm in 1946, our highest priority has been service to our clients and we believe this is reflected by many companies having been clients of the firm for 40, 50, and 60 or more years. The firm offers litigators who focus their practice in the areas of insurance coverage and bad faith, special investigations and fraud, premises liability and construction litigation, products liability, automobile insurance and liability, commercial transportation, employment law, food, restaurant and retail liability defense, municipal liability and civil rights litigation, and aviation law.  

The firm represents a variety of insurance carriers and insured and self-insured clients from our main office in Philadelphia as well as offices located in Allegheny County, Montgomery County, Lancaster County, Chester County, Pennsylvania, Marlton, New Jersey, and New York City. From these locations, the firm routinely handles matters throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey and the New York metro area.

Many of our diverse personnel speak a second language, allowing us to better serve our non-English speaking clients. For a list of those who speak other languages, click here.

Firm News 

We are happy to announce that our firm has acquired a permanent location in New York City at 55 Broad St., Suite 18B, New York, NY 10004! You may read the official press release here.

As published in The Philadelphia Inquirer article “Lawsuit over 2008 traffic death is ended” on March 13, 2015, members Michael Dolich and Nicholas A. Cummins recently prevailed before the New Jersey Supreme Court in Townsend v. Pierre (A-2-13) (072357).  The Supreme Court reversed the Appellate Division and reinstated the trial court’s grant of summary judgment in favor of the firm’s clients, Garland Property Management and Sunset Family Dental. Read the full article online at: