https://www.hupy.com/ Watch this video to meet attorney Michael Hupy, find out how he grew his firm into the largest volume personal injury practice in Wisconsin, and why he believes in excellent service and putting his clients first.
After joining an existing law firm in 1989 where the mission was to “do well by doing good,” Hupy kept the tradition alive as he took over the firm and grew the practice from 25 people to its current growth of 135 employees, in 11 offices and in three states. Not only does he find a great amount of pleasure in helping secure the most money possible for his personal injury clients, but he enjoys his social responsibilities.
Hupy knows that the legal profession only exists to benefit the public, reduce the number of personal injury accidents, and serve clients. He is very proud that Hupy and Abraham built its reputation by providing excellent service to all of the firm’s clients and by giving back to the community.
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Michael Hupy: “Well I think in large measure as a lot of other people I became a lawyer because my father was a lawyer and he was a judge. I thought it was an interesting and exciting profession and I'm very happy after all these years that I went into law. I think my responsibility as a lawyer is to first realize that the only reason the legal profession exists is for the benefit of our clients and the public and that our social responsibility as personal injury lawyers is to reduce the number of accidents and the severity of injuries. If we fail at our primary social responsibility our secondary responsibility is to collect as much money as we can for the injured party who hires us. The firm has been here of a lot longer than I have in 1989 I joined an existing law firm that traces its roots back to Lloyd Barbie who started the Milwaukee public school integration lawsuit. The firm goes back to nineteen sixty-four 1969 and when I joined in 1989 I felt part of my mission was to keep the tradition of Lloyd Barbie alive, give back to the community and as our mission statement says do well by doing good. The firm has grown to the point where we have the largest volume personal injury practice in the state of Wisconsin. We've grown from about 25 employees in one office in Milwaukee, to about a hundred and thirty-five employees in 11 offices in three states and I believe that our growth at least, in my opinion, is attributable mostly to the fact that we give excellent service to our clients and the amounts of money we collect for them the insurance companies know that we're going to go to court if we don't get a good settlement. So normally we get a good settlement we feel that the mission of this law firm is to serve the clients and serve the public and we have built our practice by the service we give our clients that's what everyone in every office in every state every employee is focused on giving the client the best possible service as I say to clients sometimes you're the client I'm only the lawyer I'm here to serve you.”