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Greg and his team of experts are 100 percent amazing and know what they are doing. I am proud to call Greg and Tom my personal attorneys who have my back 100 percent... If you're looking for great legal representation I highly recommend Greg and his team!
- Thomas B.
Greg and his team are very detailed, caring, and professional. They only want the very best for their clients. They took care of absolutely everything, so I didn't have to stress. My experience in court went flawlessly with Greg representing me. I would definitely keep him as my attorney, and would highly recommend him to…
- Adam H.
Great lawyer from the area who knows his stuff and was able to help me and some friends who had a neighbor who was very difficult to deal with.
- Jake Z.
I was nervous and scared about the tickets and points I was going to get from getting pulled over and Greg helped me get no points and just a fine. He is great, and shouldn’t think twice about having him take care of your case.
- Jebby L.
Greg got me out of a situation I thought I would never get out of. He got me the best possible outcome in little time. This guy is a magician and he’s the best way to go for the best price. Thanks Greg!
- Xavior R.
Amazing person and an even better attorney. Mr. Cannarozzi is your guy if you're ever in need of legal representation. He is very attentive, and ensures his clients satisfaction. Gregory is extremely knowledgable and basically guarantees the best possible outcome for any situation.
- Jordy D.
My experience was terrific. Mr. Cannarozzi and his office staff were very efficient in gathering the necessary documents in a timely manner. I was treated with great care and attention. My case ended in a successful outcome. I would definitely recommend hiring Mr. Cannarozzi and his staff to represent you in court.
- Mark C.
Greg Cannarozzi is someone you can trust. He will always be straightforward with you and let you know the pros and cons of each of your options. Included in his thoroughness is a genuine desire to make sure you are taken care of in the end. I highly recommend his representation. :)
- Nicole C.
Greg was amazing. He has been a huge help for me and my future. He is very kind and respectful. He will take his time to explain things if you do not understand. He has made me feel very comfortable through the process.
- Satomi M.
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Plaintiff sustained multiple permanent injuries, requiring surgical intervention to both of her shoulders, neck, and back due to a rear-end collision.
The case was settled before a jury in the amount of $937,500.
The defendant was accused of illegal trespass and burglary.
Plaintiff was a 74-year-old male who slipped and fell on a water accumulation in an aisle of Stop & Shop. The Plaintiff sustained a serious injury to his right shoulder.
The claim settled for $160,000.
The defendant was accused of unsafe lane change, passing on the left, and driving without insurance, facing significant fines and potential jail time.
Downgraded to unsafe operation with no points.
The Plaintiff was a 72-year-old female who fell on an uneven sidewalk resulting in injuries to her left wrist and right knee.
The matter was settled before trial for $70,000.
The plaintiff was a 66-year-old female who was struck by a vehicle as a pedestrian, resulting in serious injuries to her hip.
The matter was settled for $65,000 which included payment of all medical bills.
Defendant accused of driving without a license, driving while suspended and failure to appear.
Guilty to failure to possess driver’s license; minimum fine.
New York Defendant was accused of criminal forcible touching and sexual abuse in the second degree felony.
New Jersey DMV hearing where a proposed suspension was ninety (90) days for persistent violator.
Suspension for thirty (30) days
Defendant accused of careless driving, unsafe lane change, failure to report accident, leaving the scene of an accident, failure to possess driver’s license, failure to possess registration and failure to possess insurance.
Failure to report accident and failure to produce driver’s license with minimum fines.
Defendant accused of careless driving, reckless driving, illegal lane change, failure to report, improper passing and leaving the scene of an accident with property damage.
Guilty plea to failure to report, careless driving and unsafe operation.
Defendant accused of speeding by radar, 99 in a 55.
Defendant pled guilty to driving on a portion of the highway with a minimum fine and no points.
Defendant accused of unsafe lane change, passing on the left, driving without insurance.
Unsafe operation no points.
Defendant accused of passing a school bus.
Guilty for failure to keep right with the minimum fine.
Defendant accused of speeding 100 mph in a 55, reckless driving, improper lane change.
On motion and oral argument the court dismissed the speeding charge, the Prosecutor dismissed the reckless driving, Defendant pled guilty to only to improper turn with a minimum fine.
Defendant accused of careless driving.
Unsafe operation, minimum fine.
Defendant accused of careless driving, leaving the scene of an accident and failure to report an accident.
Pled guilty to only failure to report an accident, minimum fine.
Defendant accused of improper passing and reckless driving both in Bayonne and Jersey City.
The matter was consolidated on motion. Defendant pled guilty only to the charge of unsafe operation and no points.
Defendant accused of illegal trespass and burglary.
Defendant accused of driving a commercial vehicle 3,800 pounds from the weight limit, emissions violations and expired registration.
Plea of guilty only to 1,000 pounds over the limit, minimum fine.
Defendant accused of speeding 94 in a 55 and failure to signal.
Five days suspension and plea of guilty to 14 miles over the limit only.
Defendant accused of reckless driving, careless driving, improper passing, avoiding a traffic sign and failure to obey instructions of police officer.
Plea of guilty only to careless driving and unsafe operation.
Defendant accused of abuse and criminal mischief by elbowing the drives side window.
Discharged without finding of guilt
Defendant accused of operating vehicle under influence of liquor or drugs.
Defendant was accused of use of cell phone, 5th violation.
Dismissed because state could not provide discovery.
Defendant accused of operating vehicle under influence of liquor or drugs and disregarding a stop sign.
Plead guilty for disregarding a stop sign.
Defendant accused of stopped/standing/parked 15 feet within a fire hydrant when such vehicle hinders access of emergency vehicle.
Plead not guilty and got reduced and amended charges.
Defendant accused of second violation of driving under influence of liquor and drugs.
Plead guilty and performed community service for 15 days.
Defendant accused of failure to keep right.
Plead guilty and paid fine of $190.
Defendant accused of careless driving and wrong way on one way street.
Plead guilty to unsafe operation.
Defendant was accused of improper passing (2x), careless driving, tailgating, unsafe lane change, failure to pull over.
Guilty of unsafe lane change, all other matters were dismissed.
Defendant was accused of tailgating, unsafe lane change, failure to keep right, speeding and improper passing.
Plea of guilty only to failure to keep right with minimum fees.
Defendant accused of careless driving and damage to turnpike property.
Plea of guilty to special light signal with minimal fine only.
Defendant accused of invalid CDL license, failure to obscure traffic control device and failure to keep right.
Pled guilty to invalid CDL licenses with no suspension and plea to failure to obstruct traffic cones with no points and all summonses were dismissed.
Defendant accused of disagreed of stop sign, careless driving, failure to obscure traffic control device, unsafe windshield, unclear plates.
Plead guilty to failure to obscure traffic control device only. The other entire summons was dismissed.
Defendant accused of DWI with .19 BAC reading, careless driving, open container of alcoholic beverage in charge, consumption of alcoholic beverage/cannabis in vehicle.
Defendant plead guilty to a first tier DWI with only a 90 day interlock. All other summonses were dismissed.
Defendant accused of allowing a suspended driver to operate a motor vehicle involved in a serious motor vehicle accident.
Dismissal of all charges against the defendant.
Defendant was arrested due to driving while intoxicated, refusal to submit to breathe test, reckless driving, and indicatable offense of criminal mischief for damage to several motor vehicles.
Defect plead guilty to a first tier DWI with only a 90 day interlock period. No suspension all other summonses were dismissed.
Defendant accused of passing a school bus while children present.
Plead guilty to unsafe operation. No points. Minimum fine.
Defendant accused of speeding, failure to keep right, tailgating, careless driving and illegal lane change.
Plead guilty to in proper lane change with minimal fines.
Defendant accused of operation of vehicle on palisade interstate parkway exceeding speed limit by 33 mph.
Plea guilty to driving off shoulder of highway with fine of $340, no points or suspension.
Defendant accused of passing a school bus in Paramus.
Plea guilty of unsafe operation. No points, fine only.
Defendant accused of driving without license.
Plea amended to driving with expired license. Fine of $33 court fees only.
Defendant accused of disobeying traffic officer’s directions.
Minimum fine only, no points.
Defendant accused of careless driving in Paramus.
Plead guilty to unsafe operation, minimum fine, no points.
Defendant accused of shoplifting in Wegmans Montvale, NJ.
Plead guilty to ordinance violation.
Defendant accused of driving 89 in a 55 on the PIP.
Plead guilty to driving vehicle off shoulder of the highway, fine only, no points, and no license suspension.
Defendant accused of speeding 99 in a 55 in Clifton.
Plea of guilty for 14 miles over the speed limit. No license suspension and a fine of $240 of fines plus court costs.
Defendant accused of speeding; 72 mph in a 35 mph zone.
Guilty plea of unsafe operation of a vehicle.
Defendant accused of disregarding a stop sign.
Defendant plead guilty to failing to obey a traffic control device with a minimum fine and no points.
Defendant, commercial driver, accused of speeding in excess of 25-29 mph, failure to obtain insurance, failure to have an inspection, lending registration, driving unregistered vehicle, and unclear plates.
Guilty plea to unsafe operation of a vehicle.
Defendant accused of speeding in excess of 30-34mph.
Unsafe operation of a vehicle.
NJ Defendant accused of shoplifting.
Guilty plea to endangering the public, minimum fine only, no license suspension, no community service.
NJ Defendant accused of DWI, reckless driving, careless driving, failure to observe traffic lanes, and aggravated assault by auto.
Defendant plead guilty to a first tier DWI and creating a disturbance in public.
Defendant accused of speeding in excess of 40-44 mph, careless driving, and improper passing.
Guilty plea to speeding in excess of 15-19 mph.
Defendant accused of unsafe lane change and careless driving.
Guilty plea to unsafe operation of a vehicle with a minimum fine.
NY Defendant accused of speeding in Harrison, NY.
Offense negotiated down to parking on the pavement; no points and a small fine.
Defendant accused of improper passing and maintenance of lamps offense.
Failure to obey special traffic control device; no points with a minimum fine.
Defendant accused of careless driving, reckless driving, and illegal lane change who was driving an excessive rate of speed (over 100 mph).
Pled guilty to careless driving, unsafe lane change, and all of the charges were dismissed with a minimum fine.
Defendant, a NY licensed driver, accused of operating a vehicle on Palisades Interstate Park, at 89 mph in a 55 mph zone, failure to keep right, and careless driving.
Plead guilty to driving on an unpaved portion of the highway; no points and a $440 fine.
Defendant was driving on Palisades Interstate Park doing 94 mph in a 55 mph speed zone. Defendant accused of speeding and careless driving.
Defendant plead guilty to driving on an unpaved portion of the roadway; no points and fine of $490.
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