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Hupy and Abraham, S.C. Promotes Attorney Todd Korb to Shareholder - Attorney Korb has been with the firm for seven years.

Posted on Mar 19, 2014

The personal injury law firm of Hupy and Abraham, S.C. has officially promoted Attorney Todd R. Korb to be one of the firm’s shareholders. Attorney Korb will join Attorneys Michael Hupy, Jason Abraham, Chad Kreblin and Brandon Derry as part of the firm’s ownership group.

Affirming the decision was Attorney Abraham who said, “Todd has worked on many important and complicated cases over the years and has done an excellent job. We are very proud of the work he has done and are excited to welcome him into the ownership group.”

Upon receiving the exciting news, Attorney Korb said, “I am very proud to become a member of the ownership group at Hupy and Abraham, S.C.  It has been a goal of mine for many years and is a great honor.  I am excited about being a part of the future of this great firm.”

Attorney Korb has settled many large cases including the $3 million Curtis Harris police brutality case, the largest of its kind in the state of Wisconsin. He also obtained $1.2 million for a client injured in a head-on semi collision. Many of Attorney Korb’s clients have written him personal thank-you’s for his work, noting the positive impact he has made in their lives.

After earning his law degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 1996, Attorney Korb has accumulated 17 years of legal experience. He has practiced law with Hupy and Abraham, S.C. for the past seven years and is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin and the Milwaukee Bar Association.  He is Nationally Board Certified in both Civil Trial Advocacy and Civil Pretrial Practice Advocacy.

Furthermore, Attorney Korb has been recognized among the Elite Lawyers of America, the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum and was named a member of the National Trial Lawyers Association Top 100 Trial Lawyers in Wisconsin.

In addition to his legal excellence, Attorney Korb is a member of his town’s government and volunteers and coaches at his children’s school.