Personal injury law firm Hupy and Abraham, S.C. has announced that firm shareholder Chad Kreblin has received Board Certification as a civil trial advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. The NBTA was created to improve the quality of trial advocacy in U.S. courtrooms and to help consumers find experienced and properly qualified trial lawyers.
|In 2007, Attorney Kreblin became a shareholder at Hupy and Abraham.|
The National Board of Trial Advocacy was the first American Bar Association-accredited, attorney board-certifying agency in the world. A board certification is the highest and most reliable honor a trial attorney can receive. Many attorneys seek a certification to illustrate their commitment to improving the legal profession. Eligible attorneys must complete a thorough screening process of their credentials before earning a certification. Kreblin has proved to have demonstrated the required skills, knowledge and proficiency in the law to be declared a “board-certified advocate.” Only three percent of lawyers in the United States are board certified.
Attorney Kreblin joins the ranks of President Michael Hupy, Managing Partner Jason Abraham and Shareholder Todd Korb, Hupy and Abraham, S.C. attorneys, who are all currently certified members of the National Board of Trial Advocacy.
In 2001, Attorney Kreblin began his career at Hupy and Abraham, S.C. and is licensed to practice in Wisconsin and Iowa.