|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Top Lawyers- Negligence||201 Magazine||2015|
|Top Lawyers-Personal Injury||201 Magazine||2015|
|Certified Civil Trial Attorney||Supreme Court of New Jersey||2014|
|Owner||Lawrence H. Kleiner, LLC||2006 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Bergen County Bar Association||N/A||N/A|
|New Jersey Association for Justice||N/A||N/A|
|Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey||English/Psychology||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1988|
|Northern Valley High School PTO||Your Child Got His Driver's License; Now What?||2014|
Posted by anonymous
Mr. Kleiner was referred to me by another client and friend of Mr. Kleiner who in typical N.J. fashion told me, "Call Larry! He is a good kid!"
As I am a Southerner, I often find the diminutive use of the language mystifying. The phrase used by my friend would have a completely different meaning in the Southern vernacular. Thus my first comment would be, "Mr. Kleiner is a fine younger attorney!"
Over the past 4 years I have found him to be anything but a "kid" or a "child". He is an excellent Attorney with an exceptional moral,legal personal ethical standard.
I have have had disputes and disagreements with him, about matters ("which rightly or wrongly"), I felt needed to be addressed.
To my surprise, he responded unlike I would have expected any attorney to reply.
Rathet than becoming defensive, irrate or hostile toward me. He apologized and calmly said, "If you are unhappy with me, I will help you find another attorney. I treasure your friendship more than my fee and I hope you can see that this is why we are doing this, at this time."
Never has he responded to me as many, (if not most attorney's or men, in the heat of the moment) would do. Rather almost immediately, he or I would apologize as friends should do, under stress, pain and suffering!
We are in the middle of a long and difficult case and my emotional and physical pain has caused me act in a manner which I would probably "fire" myself!
Mr. Kleiner has been an attorney, friend and counselor when I needed more than simply a legal representative.
Any criticism I have might be in senseless delays of this states no fault insurance laws and the undue suffering it has caused me.
I don't know enough to honestly direct my frustration and pain at the faulty legal system in this state or the attorney. But given his nature and demeanor, I think fault lies not with him but with this irrational abuse by the insurance companies.
I hope we will make some law here because this is beyond acceptable, and borders on the criminal abuse of power by a private industry!
If a personal, competent, and conscientious attorney is what you want, hire Mr. Lawrence Kleiner!