Barbara B. Savaglio has been a member of the legal community in San Diego since 1991, having begun her career with the San Diego County District Attorney’s office. The Law Offices of Barbara B. Savaglio were founded in October of 1995.
The Law Offices of Barbara B. Savaglio represent victims of personal injury matters with an emphasis on automobile related accidents.
Ms. Savaglio is an Advisory Board member of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), and serves as one of their community guest speakers. MADD National recognized Ms. Savaglio’s service by dedicating June 16, 2000 as a day in her honor, as part of their 20th Anniversary. In April 2009, she was awarded the 2008 Outstanding Volunteer Award by MADD San Diego County. More information about MADD can be found at: http://www.madd.org.
Ms. Savaglio participates as a guest speaker in the senior community in an effort to better educate senior citizens regarding their legal rights. Ms. Savaglio has served as a PTA President, Girl Scout Leader, and a Junior Achievement Teacher/Volunteer.
Ms. Savaglio’s love for golf has enabled her to donate both time and money to many local charities. She is an active member of the Century Club, the organization responsible for the PGA Tournament at Torrey Pines Golf Course. Ms. Savaglio was nominated to the Board of Directors for the Century Club, and has been chosen as the Chairman of the 2021 Farmers Insurance Open. She has served on numerous golf committees and has sponsored many golf tournaments.
Ms. Savaglio is an active member of many organizations, including Thomas More Society, Consumer Attorneys of San Diego, Consumer Attorneys of America, Italian American Lawyers Association, Italian American Bar Association of San Diego and MADCAPS
Ms. Savaglio successfully defended her client’s right to a full recovery of damages awarded as restitution in the criminal prosecution of a case.
The Appellate decision established that her client, a DUI auto collision victim, was entitled to the full recovery of both economic and non-economic damages, including attorney fees, previously awarded by the Superior Court of San Diego County.
More information about this case and ruling can be found online in the Metropolitan News-Enterprise article at: http://www.metnews.com/articles/fult070802.htm.
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