Libertyville Injury Lawyers

Libertyville Illinois

regarded for its top-ranked public schools, low rates of crime, and family friendliness.

At Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard, P.C., our lawyers have been serving individuals and families in Libertyville and surrounding areas of Illinois for years. If you are injured in an accident, our Libertyville attorneys have the experience and the resources to fight for your best interests.

Our personal injury law firm offers free consultations in Libertyville. Contact our offices today.

How Can Our Attorneys Help You?

With decades of combined legal experience, our lawyers have successfully handled a broad range of personal injury claims. Our law firm’s personal injury practice areas include:

  • Car accidents
  • Commercial vehicle and truck accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Premises liability
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Dog bites
  • Medical malpractice
  • Nursing home abuse
  • Dangerous and defective products
  • Wrongful death

If you have been hurt or lost a loved one in an accident in Libertyville, do not wait to get the legal advice you need. Our lawyers will review your case for free and explain your legal rights so you can make the best decision for you and your family.

About Libertyville

Libertyville is a village of about 20,000 people. Located five miles west of Lake Michigan on the Des Plaines River, Libertyville is just over an hour’s drive from downtown Chicago. Many people who work in Chicago choose to commute from Libertyville on a daily basis due to the high quality of life in the suburb.

Libertyville History

In August 1829, the land that now makes up Libertyville was sold by the Potawatomi Indians to the U.S. government for $12,000 cash, the delivery of 50 barrels of salt, and the equivalent of an additional $12,000 in goods. The sale was forced as a result of economic pressures felt by the tribe.

Soon after the sale, sometime around 1835 ─ as specified by the treaty between the tribe and the federal government ─ the Potawatomi left the land and the first non-indigenous person took up residence in a cabin in Libertyville. The cabin was located at the same site that the Cook Memorial Public Library now stands.

In 1879, the village’s most prominent building, the Cook mansion, was established. Today, it is a museum and point of interest in Libertyville. Although the downtown area of Libertyville continued to grow and develop, it was destroyed in large part by a fire in 1895. When the downtown area was reconstructed, village board officials demanded that brick be used.

Libertyville Economy

Many residents of Libertyville commute to Chicago for work. Those who are employed in Libertyville are likely to work for one of the village’s top employers, including the Advocate Condell Medical Center, Brightstar, Hollister Incorporated, Volkswagen Credit, Lake County, Fabrication Technologies, Commonwealth Edison, or Libertyville District 70 (the school district).

The average income for a family in Libertyville is well above the national average. Fewer than 2 percent of families live below the poverty line in Libertyville. The median home value in Libertyville is over $400,000, according to a Zillow Market Report.

Points of Interest in Libertyville

Whether you are living in Libertyville or taking a trip to this village, there are a number of points of interest to satisfy the history buff, nature lover, or city-goer in you.

For those who love the outdoors, places worth visiting include:

  • One of Libertyville’s many parks, including Alder Park, Cook Park, Blueberry Hill Park, and Butler Lake
  • The Merit Club golf course
  • Lakes such as Independence Grove Lake, Liberty Lake, or Lake Minear

If you’re visiting in the summertime and need a place to cool off, one of the village’s pools can offer relief from the heat. There are also multiple hiking and biking paths throughout the village. If you haven’t gotten your fill of the outdoors, there are multiple farms in the area that can be visited as well.

If you’d prefer to be indoors, other points of interest include the Adlai E. Stevenson historic home, the Ansel B. Cook Victorian home museum, the Dunn Museum, and numerous entertainment options, including a show at the Libertyville Theatre or a game at the Libertyville sports complex.

Important Places in Libertyville

If you live in Libertyville, you will need to familiarize yourself with the village’s important places, including hospitals, courts, and government buildings. If you have been hurt in an accident and have questions about your legal rights, our Libertyville law firm can provide you with more guidance.

Hospitals in Libertyville

Hospitals in Libertyville include the Advocate Condell Medical Center, the Libertyville Northshore Medical Group (maternity hospital), and the Advocate Condell West Tower. There are also hospitals in surrounding areas, as well as some of the best hospitals in nearby Chicago.


The Libertyville Clerk’s Office is located at 359 Merrill Court. If you are pursuing a small claims case, you will likely do so with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Lake County, IL. The main branch of the court is located in Waukegan, IL.

Government buildings

One of the most important government meeting places in Libertyville is Village Hall, which is where the mayor and village board meet on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month. Village Hall is located at 118 W. Cook Ave.

Our Attorneys Care About You

If you have been injured in Libertyville and want to discuss your options for filing a personal injury claim, you need a knowledgeable local lawyer on your side. A Libertyville injury attorney from our law firm can provide you with the counsel and guidance you need. Our attorneys will work hard to demand full and fair compensation for your medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, and other damages.

Please reach out to our lawyers by phone or online as soon as possible to schedule your free consultation and learn more about our legal services and your options.