Attorney Dan Matrafajlo to Present at NBI Civil Trial Case Presentation Seminar

Dan Matrafajlo, Majority Partner at Beninato & Matrafajlo LLC, to Serve as Faculty Member and Presenter at NBI Civil Trial Case Presentation Seminar

Dan Matrafajlo, Majority Partner at Beninato & Matrafajlo LLC, to Serve as Faculty Member and Presenter at NBI Civil Trial Case Presentation Seminar


The legal team at Beninator & Matrafajlo, Attorneys at Law, LLC is proud to announce that Partner Dan T. Matrafajlo will serve as a faculty member and presenter at the National Business Institute Civil Trial Case Presentation seminar on Thursday, December 17, 2020.


Where: Live Online Seminar


When: Thursday, December 17, 2020


Who: Attorney Dan T. Matrafajlo, Senior and Majority Partner at Beninato & Matrafajlo, Attorneys at Law, LLC will serve as a faculty member and presenter at the NBI Civil Trial Case Presentation seminar.


What: Dan T. Matrafajlo has accepted the National Business Institute’s invitation to serve as a faculty member and presenter for its Civil Trial Case Presentation seminar. The seminar is a basic level program designed for attorneys. The program is designed to show attorneys how to capture the jury’s attention at trial and get them to see matters from their side of the case.


Learn how to:


• Make your opening statements engaging and shape the impressions of the jury.


• Discover how to introduce your exhibits into evidence at trial.


• Deliver a powerful blow to witness credibility with cross-examination and impeachment


techniques.


• Send jurors off to make the right decision with carefully crafted closing arguments.


Mr. Matrafajlo is the managing member and lead partner with Beninato & Matrafajlo, Attorneys at Law, LLC. He has repeatedly achieved verdicts in the six figure range on verbal cases where the last offer to settle was as little as $1,500.00 and the property damage was described as minimal. In addition, Mr. Matrafajlo created legal precedent in the personal injury field of law with appellate decisions, such as Hardison v. King, 381 N.J.Super. 129), Frenklakh v. Lojek, (Westlaw citation: 2007 WL 470640). His litigation results have been featured in New Jersey Law Journal. As a faculty member and presenter with years of experience and decades of success, he will help attorneys at the seminar sharpen their trial practice skills and learn how to persuade judges and juries.

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