Attorney Jason F. Abraham began his career with Hupy and Abraham, S.C., in 1993 and progressed to the position of shareholder at the firm in 1999. He received his undergraduate degree in psychology in 1989 from the University of Wisconsin, followed by his juris doctor from Marquette University Law School in 1992.
Attorney Abraham is admitted to practice in the State of Wisconsin, along with the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin. He is also licensed to practice in Missouri. He is a Certified Civil Trial Specialists by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, member of the State Bar of Wisconsin, American Bar Association, Association of Trial Lawyers of America, and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
As a result of his expertise regarding personal injury matters, along with a significant record of achievement in that venue, Attorney Abraham has lectured in numerous states regarding personal injury issues. His proficiency in that area has created a clientele consisting of individuals from across the nation. Attorney Abraham has settled or tried over 110 million dollars in personal injury cases and has had multiple cases resolved for over a million dollars.
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