Timothy W. Schelwat

Timothy W. Schelwat

Timothy W. Schelwat

  • Hupy and Abraham, S.C.
  • 111 East Kilbourn Avenue
    Milwaukee, WI 53202
  • 414-223-4800

Attorney Timothy W. Schelwat has been practicing with Hupy and Abraham, S.C. since 2002.  He obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Hawaii at Manoa in 1994, and completed his Doctor of Jurisprudence at Drake University School of Law in 1997.

Attorney Schelwat is licensed to practice law in the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, and Hawaii, along with the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern and Western District of Wisconsin and the U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals located in Chicago.  He is also a Board Certified Civil Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, and a repeat Top 100 Trial Lawyer as recognized by the National Trial Lawyers.  Attorney Schelwat has tried dozens of cases to verdict, and has obtained more than $75,000,000 in compensation for the personal injuries sustained by clients of Hupy and Abraham, S.C.

Attorney Schelwat is an avid Harley-Davidson motorcyclist who can often be found at biker events, and has given lectures to motorcyclists throughout the Midwest on legal and insurance coverage issues. 


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Attorney Tim Schelwat was outstanding. I should have called as soon as I was in the accident and the insurance company called me! Lesson learned! Attorney Schelwat always explained how the system works. I chose Hupy and Abraham because I wanted tough, knowledgable, fair representation. I got it. Thank you.

- B. Bohmann