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New Jersey Personal Injury Attorneys

If you've been injured due to negligence of another, call the Law Office of Beninato & Matrafajlo Attorneys at Law, LLC for a FREE case analysis. Dan T. Matrafajlo is an experienced New Jersey Personal Injury attorney regularly representing individuals involved in all types of car accident cases. As an expert and well experienced New Jersey Personal Injury attorney, Dan T. Matrafajlo's legal practice concentrates on the following areas:
  • Car Accidents
  • Truck Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Slip & Fall
What separates Beninato & Matrafajlo Attorneys at Law from all other New Jersey personal injury law firms is selection, devotion and dedication (S.D.D). Not all cases are accepted by the B&M firm, but once we accept your case, we promise our clients complete dedication and devotion to aggressively pursuing the claim.

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Do More Construction Accidents Happen in the Summer?

Dan T. MatrafajloAugust 2 2019Construction Accident(0)

Weather acts as a predictor in many facets of life. Therefore, it should come as no surprise. Here i

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Injury Victims Need to Know How Important it is to File a Claim on Time

Injury Victims Need to Know How Important it is to File a Claim on Time

Dan T. MatrafajloJuly 20 2019News(0)

While the quote is unattributed to an unknown author, it bears some significance. “One of thes

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Were You Injured on One of NJ’s Worst Roadways?

Were You Injured on One of NJ’s Worst Roadways?

Dan T. MatrafajloJuly 16 2019Auto Accident(0)

Most would say that coming in first place isn’t always a good thing. Meanwhile, you may alread

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