MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN (November 17, 2021) — Hupy and Abraham SC have announced that Attorney Cindy Ekstam will be joining the firm’s Davenport office location. Attorney Ekstam started on Monday, November 15, 2021.

“Cindy stood out to us, not only because of her impressive experience, but also because of her outstanding reputation,” said Managing Partner Attorney Jason Abraham. “We are confident that Cindy’s exceptional work ethic and background in the field will be a great asset to the firm.”

Attorney Ekstam earned a Juris Doctorate degree from John Marshall Law School and studied business management at Augustana. Prior to accepting this role with Hupy and Abraham, Attorney Ekstam was a partner at Panek Ekstam LLC in the greater Chicago area. She also has experience as the former supervising partner at Parrillo Weiss LLC and as a former business analyst at Hewitt Associates.

About Hupy and Abraham SC

Founded in 1969 in Milwaukee, personal-injury law firm Hupy and Abraham SC has a proven record of success with large settlements in serious cases, collecting over a billion dollars for more than 70,000 satisfied clients. The firm has a long-established reputation of providing sound legal representation to accident victims, securing fair compensation for its clients and giving back to the community.

With eleven offices located in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Iowa, the law firm handles personal-injury cases including car accidents, motorcycle accidents, wrongful death, and pharmaceutical and medical-device class actions. For additional information, visit

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