Lawrence Charles Kroll’s Answers

Lawrence Charles Kroll

East Brunswick Family Law Attorney.

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  1. The cops told me "NO CHARGES' when I thought I'd get a DUI. Can they charge me, if someone gives evidence that I was drunk?

    Answered 6 months ago.

    1. James Alexander Abate
    2. Eric M. Mark
    3. Robert Jason De Groot
    4. Lawrence Charles Kroll
    5. Yolanda Navarrete
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    If the police are provided information that you were drunk, they could charge you with a DUI. Whatever they told you at the scene is not an enforceable promise. Further, this is a public forum. Even though you did not provide your name, you just admitted in a public forum to operating your vehicle while intoxicated. The police, if they were so inclined, could probably find out who you were with not too much effort. Blood alcohol evidence is admissible in Court to prove intoxication. You...

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  2. Can I be charged with not having insurance if the car is registered solely to my wife?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Lawrence Charles Kroll
    2. Mitchell Scott Sexner
    3. Mark M Cheser
    4. Alexander M. Ivakhnenko
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    Driving without insurance is an EXTREMELY serious offense, involving significant fines and license suspensions. That being said, the Prosecutor may work with you if there was not an accident or injuries, and you immediately obtained insurance. The ticket will most likely not be dismissed just because it was registered in your wife's name. You would basically need to prove that you did not know it wasn't insured, and shouldn't have known it wasn't insured. If you were successful, the Police...

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  3. I don't have insaurance of my car and I got traffic ticket. I decided to go to court.

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Lawrence Charles Kroll
    2. Dean P Murray
    3. James Alexander Abate
    4. Mark M Cheser
    5. Christopher D. Ferrara
    5 lawyer answers

    You did not say if you got a ticket for not having insurance. In New Jersey, as I am sure you are aware, it is MANDATORY that you have automobile insurance. There is a mandatory suspension of your license if you have no insurance. Step one, get insurance. If you got a ticket for failure to have insurance, but there was no accident, you might be able to show the prosecutor your current proof of insurance, and talk to the prosecutor and see if they will downgrade it to failure to exhbit your...

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  4. What to expect in Mount Laurel Court for 110 miles on NJ Turnpike in the 65 mph zone and careless driving citation? Thank you

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. James Alexander Abate
    2. Mark M Cheser
    3. Brandon D. Walcott
    4. Jeffrey Anthony Skiendziul
    5. Lawrence Charles Kroll
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    Although other attorneys have answered this question, the Judge will not accept your "excuse." Every car I am aware of works in the same general way-you put your foot down on the gas pedal, and the car accellerates, and you step on the brake pedal and it slows down. Even if you did not see the speedometer, you should have known you were going to fast by all the other cars you were passing.

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  5. Is my injury still covered by workers comp?

    Answered 17 days ago.

    1. Lawrence Charles Kroll
    2. Michael T Warshaw
    3. Gregory Martin Jachts
    4. John M Connell
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    If your case settled as an "Order approving settlement," you should have the right to re-open your case if you need further treatment and care for two years following the last payment of benefits to you by the insurance company. If your case settled under "Section 20," you would not be able to re-open your case. The third-party case will impact the amount of money you might receive in benefits. You really should consult with the attorney you used for the original workers' compensation case to...

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  6. After 2 years of my case being settle for a broken leg i need medical treatment more surgeries . what happens now with my wages

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Lawrence Charles Kroll
    2. Manfred F Ricciardelli II
    3. Jeffrey Mark Adams
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    If you settled your case through an "Order Approving Settlement," ordinarily you can reopen your case if the original injury for which you received compensation got worse; or if you need additional treatment or care. You need to request this additional treatment or care, or re-open the case, within two years from the last day you received benefits. If it has been more than two years since you last received benefits, you might not be able to reopen the case. If you settled your case as a "...

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  7. Can I search on-line to verify that a judgement indeed has been filed against me?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Lawrence Charles Kroll
    2. George E Veitengruber II
    3. Matthew Michael Loker
    4. Philip D Stern
    4 lawyer answers

    You can check on the New Jersey Judiciary's website; http://www.judiciary.state.nj.us. On the left side is a banner with various options. Choose Civil Case Public Access, and follow the log-in directions. One of the search options is a judgment search, and if you put in your name, it should search for judgments entered against you.

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  8. My current tenant, who has not paid two months rent opened our mail from the mortgage bank and read it. Would we have a case

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Lawrence Charles Kroll
    2. Benjamin G Kelsen
    3. Matthew R Schutz
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    You do not need any "excuse" to evict a tenant for non-payment of rent other than the actual non-payment. You can file an eviction for non-payment of rent with no advance notice to the Tenant. In most other situations, for any other grounds for eviction, you do need to provide prior notice; and they are much more complicated to prove. Even if someone is evicted, they still have a theoretical obligation to pay the balance of the rent until you are able to re-rent the property, or until the...

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  9. Are broken window blinds and the time spent to install them by the landlord a deductible expense from security deposit?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Lawrence Charles Kroll
    2. Steven Todd Keppler
    3. Sandra A Joseph
    4. Adam Lefkowitz
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    It is hard to anwer your question without knowing more about the situation. Is every blind broken, or just one? Is there other damage in the apartment? Were the blinds new before the tenant moved in? Generally speaking, normal wear and tear is what a "reasonable" landlord would expect to encounter after a tenant moved out. For instance, a landlord has to expect a number of nail holes in the walls from hanging pictures, or scuffs and scrapes along the floor from running a vacuum cleaner....

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  10. Can a judgment for attorney fees and medical bills from 6 years earlier, be reversed?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Lawrence Charles Kroll
    2. Sean Patrick Lewis
    2 lawyer answers

    You need to speak to an attorney immediately. It sounds like your ex filed a post-judgment motion to enforce provisions of your settlement agreement regarding payment of medical and other expenses. If you had a legitimate reason why you were unable to appear, you need to file an appropriate application to reconsider, appeal, or vacate the order immediately. I don't know the facts of your situation, but the longer you wait, the less likely it is that Court would re-open the decision.

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