The personal injury law firm of Hupy and Abraham is proud to announce that National Trial Lawyers members Jason Abraham and Robert Domol have been named to the 2017 list of Wisconsin Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. The Super Lawyers list provides visibility to attorneys who exhibit excellence in the practice of law.
Attorney Abraham joined Hupy and Abraham, S.C. in 1993 and was named shareholder in 1999. Shortly after, the firm’s name was changed to Hupy and Abraham. Attorney Abraham’s extraordinary talents handling personal injury cases have resulted in him obtaining approximately $350 million by settlement or trial.
Attorney Domol, who serves clients in Appleton, Wisconsin, joined Hupy and Abraham in 2014. Since then, he has been dedicated to providing the best service and results to each and every one of his clients.
Best Lawyers® recently announced the 2018 “Best Law Firms” ranking Swope, Rodante P. A. as a Tier 1 (the highest ranking possible) firm for its personal injury litigation – plaintiffs and insurance law practices in the Tampa Bay area.
The firm has been included in the annual U.S. News – Best Lawyers® Best Law Firms report since the first edition in 2010. To be eligible for a practice area, law firms must have at least one attorney recognized by Best Lawyers® in that same practice area and region. Swope, Rodante P. A. partners and National Trial Lawyers members Dale Swope, Brandon Cathey, Angela Rodante and Stephanie Miles were all recognized by The Best Lawyers in America© this year as well.
Lightfoot, Franklin & White LLC of counsel and National Black Lawyers member Elizabeth H. Huntley has been named a 2017 “Women Who Shape the State” honoree by This is Alabama.
Huntley was recognized at the third annual Women Who Shape the State Awards Luncheon in Birmingham on November 9. She is also featured on AL.com and will be listed in the November issue of Birmingham Magazine.
The annual “Women Who Shape the State” program recognizes women in different industries from across Alabama who are contributing to their communities and setting an example by their efforts. Out of dozens of nominations, only 30 women were chosen for this year’s class.