MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN (September 26, 2023) — Hupy and Abraham SC is excited to announce the firm has received second place in the 2023 Best of Quad Cities award for "Best Law Firm." Attorney Cindy Ekstam has additionally been recognized, receiving second place in the "Best Lawyer" category. This is the second year in a row the firm has been recognized with this award.

"We are so excited to receive the title of ‘Best Law Firm’ for the second year in a row," said Attorney Ekstam. "I am also very proud to be recognized as one of the Quad City’s ‘Best Lawyers.’ This is a great accomplishment for the firm, and we will continue working hard every day to ensure our clients get the best possible representation and service."

Recipients of the Best of Quad City’s award must first surpass a competitive nomination period to qualify for the final round of voting. Once qualified for the final round, organizations must rely on the community during a month-long daily voting period. Winners are then selected based on the number of votes received in the final voting period. To learn more about this award, go to the Quad-City Times website.Hupy and Abraham is proud to be consistently voted best and rated best, year after year. Hupy and Abraham prides itself on providing excellent service to our clients and the community. As a result, our clients, peers, and community consistently recognize our dedication to top-notch service with many thanks, certifications, and awards for our highest standards. To learn more about Hupy and Abraham’s awards and accolades, visit

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