Salvi Law, Inc.

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Firm History

Lake County Personal Injury Lawyers

Albert Salvi, Sr. came to Lake Zurich in 1959 with his sights set on starting a law practice and raising a family. The Law Office of Albert Salvi thrived, and Mr. Salvi became known throughout Chicagoland as a skilled attorney. As Albert raised his family with his wife, Marita, more than a few of the nine Salvi children came to love the law as much as he did. The eldest Salvi child, Patrick Salvi, joined Al to form Salvi & Salvi in the 1970s. Al's daughter Catherine (Catherine Wifler) also worked for him, and she eventually went to law school and joined the firm. The youngest son, Joseph Salvi, who is now a Circuit Court Judge in Lake County, worked in the family firm, too.

Mike Salvi’s stint in the family law firm started in the mid-1980s. In 1990, Salvi & Salvi became Salvi, Salvi & Wifler, PC, and Mike Salvi headed up the litigation aspect of the practice. For many years, as President of Salvi, Salvi & Wifler, Mike successfully litigated all types of trial and appellate matters.

History of Personal Injury Firm, Salvi Law

Beginning about 20 years ago, Mike’s reputation as a skilled advocate centered on results obtained in personal injury cases. More and more people injured in car accidents, falls, in nursing homes, and at the hands of doctors were calling Mike Salvi. His love of fighting for those who were injured grew in proportion to his reputation. Because of this, Mike's practice became focused on representing those who have been injured as a result of others’ negligence.

In 2018, Mike Salvi’s daughter, Samantha Salvi, joined the firm. Samantha, a former Division I volleyball player and Loyola Law grad, brought her competitive instincts to the practice of law, with a focus on personal injury cases.

With their commitment to the personal injury aspect of the practice, Mike Salvi and Samantha Salvi partnered to create Salvi Law, Inc. Salvi Law is a firm geared toward aggressively representing the interests of injury victims and requiring insurance companies to pay full and fair compensation.

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