Hupy and Abraham, S.C. is pleased to announce it has been named “Best Personal Injury Law Firm” in the Wisconsin Law Journal’s inaugural 2017 “Reader Rankings” Awards. Learn more about this award
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Choosing accident lawyers in Wisconsin, Illinois, or Iowa to represent you is not an easy task. Your selection can make all the difference in the outcome of your case. Learn more about the experience and qualifications of Hupy and Abraham's personal injury and auto accident attorneys in our eleven Midwest offices.
$825,000 After Faulty Accident Reconstruction Claimed No Injury Was Possible
$525,000 For Injury That Surfaced Months Later
Insurance Settles for 5x More Than Initial Offer, Before Trial Even Began
$250,000 Policy Limit Settlement for College Student
$1.5 Million for Rider Struck by Inattentive Driver
Insurance Denies Slip-and-Fall Claim Because It's Winter
Client Gets Cut Off By Negligent Driver … AND His Insurance Company!
Would Your Insurance Cover You in a “Low-Impact” Collision?
$1.35 Million for Injured Motorcycle Passenger
The Wisconsin, Illinois, and Iowa personal injury attorneys of Hupy and Abraham know what you're dealing with after being involved in an accident. Whether you've been hurt in a Milwaukee car crash or Illinois motorcycle accident, you are facing some serious challenges and we're here to help.
Hupy and Abraham has a long track record of being involved in and giving back to the community, from scholarships, to safety initiatives, to providing food for the hungry. Here are some of the community happenings the firm is participating in or sponsoring in the upcoming months.
We have created publications that provide insight into the aftermath of a serious accident or injury. This is information that the insurance companies are hoping you won’t hear. For more information, contact one of our experienced accident attorneys in Wisconsin, Illinois or Iowa.View All Offers +
Your time to file a lawsuit after a truck crash injury is limited by Iowa law. Find out how long you have and why it is important to take action quickly.Read More +
Before you file a truck accident lawsuit in an Iowa court, find out if you have the legal standing to sue and why it is important to your claim.Read More +
You may be able to recover damages in an Iowa truck accident case even if you were partly at fault for the crash. Find out why here.Read More +
Contributing to the Community Contributing to the Community on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day January 15, 2018, over 700 people gathered in Milwaukee for the annual YMCA Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Breakfast. The event was held at the Italian Community Center and this year was an extra special occasion, taking place on what would have been Dr. King’s 89th birthday. Melinda Davenport, co-anchor of the WISN morning news, was master of ceremonies. Hupy and Abraham, S.C. was a proud sponsor of the annual gathering. Several firm employees and attorneys attended along with Firm President Michael Hupy. “We must learn to live together as brothers or perish together as fools,” a quote from Dr. King, was the theme of the event. Several guest speakers including Wisconsin Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, Milwaukee Common Council President Ashanti Hamilton and County Executive Chris Abele all spoke about the importance of everyone working together to make our community a better place. Two awards were presented to organizations that have a positive impact in the community. Hunger Task Force was given the Harley-Davidson Healthy Citizenship Award for their efforts in strengthening the overall health and wellness in the community. The other award recipient was Employ Milwaukee who received the Potawatomi Hotel and Casino Diversity and Inclusion Award, which recognizes an organization’s encouragement and commitment in supporting diversity within the Milwaukee community. Every Martin Luther King Jr. Day, people are asked to contribute positively to their community. At Hupy and Abraham, S.C., it is part of our mission to do well by doing good. We hope to help those in need by giving back to the communities we serve. Read More +