Lawrence Kroll brings his unique background to our firm. He was graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1988, and was graduated cum laude from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in 1991. After graduation he was a law clerk for the Honorable Amy Piro Chambers and the Honorable Richard Rebeck, sitting in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Middlesex County. He practiced for six years concentrating in personal injury, insurance defense and workers' compensation litigation.
Larry worked as a mortgage banker for a number of years. His experience in the mortgage banking field gives him a unique perspective in regarding the resolution of his client’s legal issues. He was also exposed him to many transactions with environmental issues.
Larry now focuses on civil litigation, workers’ compensation litigation, matrimonial and family law, and municipal court representation.
Larry has worked both within and outside the legal profession for many years. He is able to blend these experiences to focus on the representation of the firms' clients with both a legal and business background.
Larry is admitted to practice law in both New York and New Jersey.
The law firm of Sapiro Gottlieb & Kroll is a full service law firm dedicated to meeting the needs of individuals and small businesses.
Languages spoken: English, Spanish
Hourly ($350/hour), contingent (25-33%), Fixed (sometimes), Retainer (sometimes)
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|Partner||Sapiro Gottlieb & Kroll||2005 - Present|
|Associate||Lieberman and Blecher||2004 - 2005|
|Counsel/Mortgage Banker||Murray Financial Associates||1998 - 2004|
|Associate||Hill Wallack||1991 - 1998|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Middlesex County Bar Association||N/A||2005 - Present|
|New Jersey State Bar Association||N/A||2005 - Present|
|East Brunswick BNI||N/A||1998 - Present|
|Yeshiva University, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1991|
|University of Pennsylvania||History/Economics||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1988|
|Let's talk-A prescription for Families||Legal implications of abusing prescription druges||2014|