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Attorney Kevin Seiferheld speaks on Advanced Trial Advocacy at Michigan Association for Justice seminar

May 17, 2019 by Steven M. Gursten

Attorney Kevin Seiferheld speaks at Michigan Association for Justice trial advocacy seminar

Michigan Auto Law attorney Kevin Seiferheld recently spoke on advanced trial advocacy topics at the Michigan Association for Justice’s trial advocacy seminar.

Other members of the distinguished faculty presented on the following topics:

  • Attorney David Wenner, Arizona – “The Psychology of Winning Jury Trials – Using Decision-Making and Psychological Principals to Persuade”
  • Attorney Robert Collins, Texas – “Win Every Time: The Code”
  • Attorney Rick Block, Florida – “Lessons Learned from 300 Jury Trials”
  • Attorney Morgan Adams, Tennessee – Using cross-examination to flip and co-opting the defendant’s expert

Attorney Kevin Seiferheld may be the hottest auto accident lawyer in Michigan today. Here are some recent trial and settlement results that Kevin was able to obtain for his clients just in 2018:

  • $5.1 million case in Washtenaw County for a wrongful death car accident
  • $1.5 million rear-end collision by a semi-truck
  • $1.375 million case in Washtenaw County for a rear-end collision caused by an unqualified truck driver
  • $1.15 million case in Oakland County for a rear-end collision caused by a truck with insufficiently maintained brakes
  • $910,000 traumatic brain injury case in Berrien County for an intersection collision

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