Peter Francis Geraci founded Geraci Law in 1977. Geraci Law has evolved from a general practice firm, to a multi-state law firm, concentrating in consumer bankruptcy and personal injury. As a native Chicago resident, Peter Francis Geraci brought his passion to his home state. Geraci Law currently has 24 offices in the state of Illinois. One of which is located in the Village of Tinley Park. Tinley Park, Illinois has been thriving and growing for over a century. The Village was first established as Bremen in 1853, a name that reflected the community’s German roots.
The bankruptcy and injury law office of Geraci law in Tinley Park, IL is at the corner of 171st and Harlem, across from the Tinley Park Post Office in the Creekview Office Plaza. The law office of Peter Francis Geraci is well-fitted for the Village of Tinley Park, which has prospered from all sorts of commerce. In the early days, tradesmen, merchants, farmers helped serve the needs of the entire region of Bremen. Located directly on the route of the Chicago, Rock Island, and Pacific Railroads lines, the community flourished with commercial growth. In 1890, Bremen changed its name and became known as the Village of Tinley Park.
The Village of Tinley Park was named in accordance with its regional ties to the railroad, honoring the community’s first railroad station agent, Samuel Tinley Sr. The Modern Day Village of Tinley Park is a diverse and enjoyable area with numerous attractions. The business community not only serves the interests of Tinley Park residents, but to the entire South Suburbs, including the Village of Orland Park, Palos Park, Palos Heights and Orland Hills.
Tinley Park continues to commemorate its heritage in many ways. The area within the original 1892 municipal boundaries has been designated a historical district. Property owners are encouraged to preserve and restore the historic appearances of their structures.