Chicago Personal Injury Lawyers
Salvi & Maher, LLC
Waukegan, Illinois 60085
Law Firm Overview
At Salvi & Maher, our personal injury attorneys have over 70 years combined experience helping people obtain compensation for injuries. In addition, two of our attorneys have served the citizens of this area as a representative or senator in the Illinois General Assembly.
This combination of public service and private legal practice makes us particularly sensitive to the concerns of residents. We use this awareness in our legal practice every day, calling clients to let them know about developments in their case.
Our fees are contingency-based. This means that we charge a fee if, and only if, we are successful in obtaining compensation for your injuries. We also do not charge for the initial consultation in which we discuss your case and outline your options.
Our office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday - Friday. Because we know that taking time off to see an attorney is difficult for many people, we also offer evening and weekend hours by appointment.
Our main office is in Waukegan, Illinois. For your convenience we also provide offices in Richmond and Wheaton. Our clients come to us from around the greater Chicago land area.
Salvi & Maher, LLC - Providing services in the following areas of law:
- Animal Bites
- Asbestos Mesothelioma
- Aviation Accidents
- Back and Neck Injury
- Bad Faith Insurance
- Bicycle Accident
- Birth Injury
- Boating Accident
- Brain Injury
- Burn Injuries
- Bus Accidents
- Car Accident
- Catastrophic Injuries
- Construction Accidents
- Construction Injuries
- Criminal Law
- Defective Drugs
- Defective Products
Articles Published by Salvi & Maher, LLC
When a child suffers a serious injury in labor or delivery, it is heartbreaking for parents. Many birth injuries appear to be preventable, which can make a tragic situation even worse. If it appears that the birth injury was caused by negligence or malpractice on the part of a medical professional, then it will be necessary to file a claim for medical malpractice.Read Article
People who have suffered injuries in an accident caused by a drunk driver have a number of sources to claim compensation for their losses caused by property damage, medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.Read Article
A variety of injuries are covered by homeowners’ and business liability insurance. For instance, dog bites, slip and fall accidents, and or most any kind of general negligence is likely to be covered under a homeowner’s insurance policy. If negligent acts causing injury take place at a business, liability is likely to be covered under a business liability policy.Read Article
"In Illinois, attorneys are not required to carry legal malpractice insurance. A 2002 survey conducted by the Illinois State Bar found that 20% of attorneys and up to 40% of solo practitioners lack malpractice insurance."Read Article