Salvi, Schostok & Prichard P.C., Announces Eirene N. Salvi as New Associate
CHICAGO (August 22, 2016) – Salvi Schostok Pritchard P.C., is pleased to announce Eirene N. Salvi has accepted a position with the firm. Ms. Salvi comes to Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard P.C., from a prominent Plaintiff’s personal injury firm in Chicago.
Ms. Salvi concentrates her legal practice on cases involving medical malpractice, personal injury and product liability. In her first trial, she helped obtain a verdict of over $1 million on behalf of a victim of medical malpractice. She is also interested in immigration law and ensuring that immigrants have access to justice.
In addition to her legal practice, Ms. Salvi routinely gives back to the community. She serves as an auxiliary board member of Lawyers-Lend-A-Hand to Youth, a non-profit that connects members of the legal community with organizations to mentor at-risk youth. Ms. Salvi is also a member of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association and the Chicago Bar Association.
Ms. Salvi received her law degree from the University of Notre Dame in 2015. While in law school, Ms. Salvi served as an extern for the National Immigrant Justice Center. She was also successful in filing an application for humanitarian parole for the victim of gross human rights violations in the Central Democratic Republic of Congo. Her academic accomplishments include receiving the University of Notre Dame Academic Scholarship and membership in Phi Alpha Theta, National History Honor Society.
Ms. Salvi is fluent in Spanish, Japanese and French.
Eirene N. Salvi can be contacted at (312) 372-1227 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Patrick A. Salvi concentrates his legal practice in several limited areas primarily involving a trial practice in cases concerning serious personal injury, medical malpractice, wrongful death, and mass torts. Mr. Salvi has achieved record-breaking jury verdicts and settlements on behalf of his clients, including serving as lead counsel in obtaining an Illinois record-high $148 million jury verdict and a Lake County record $33 million jury verdict.