Conrad J. Benedetto



Conrad J. Benedetto founded his law practice in January 1988. Serving the Greater Philadelphia Area for the past 24 years his focus has been on Plaintiff Personal Injury Litigation, but also includes: Real Estate, Business, and Municipal Court matters. Mr. Benedetto is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and is admitted in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the US District Court of New Jersey, and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Benedetto began his legal career in October 1981, joining the City of Philadelphia’s Law Department as a litigation attorney where spent the next three and a half years, quickly distinguished himself as a top litigation lawyer. 
After finishing his service for the City of Philadelphia, Mr. Benedetto moved into the private sector, joining the Law Office of Bernard Kubert and Associates as a litigation attorney in March of 1985. Working with the Kubert firm, he refined his knowledge of Personal Injury and Real Estate law, while his work ethic and sharp litigation skills solidified his reputation as an up-and-coming Philadelphia attorney. In January of 1987, after nearly two years with Kubert, Mr. Benedetto took a position with the prominent firm of Klovsky, Kuby, & Harris. While working for Klovsky, Kuby, & Harris, Mr. Benedetto strove to further develop his strong standing in the Philadelphia community. 

After a year with the firm, he had done this and also knew he had the skills necessary to establish his own law practice. With that, Mr. Benedetto left Klovsky, Kuby, & Harris and established the Law offices of Conrad J. Benedetto. Since then he has spent the past 24 years cultivating his practice by developing outstanding personal working relationships with clients and courts in the Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey area. Prior to his legal career Mr. Benedetto attended St. Joseph’s University, graduating in 1978 with a B.A. in History with Phi Alpha Beta honors distinction. He graduated from the Widener University School of Law in May of 1981 and was admitted to the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Bars later that year. graduated from Widener University.



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