Driving is a privilege that can be taken away much easier than you might think. Losing your ability to drive can be frustrating and can complicate your life. It can be expensive if delays cause you to incur additional costs, like extended day care. It can be damaging when it affects your ability to earn an income.
Since 1986, The Law Offices of Martin A. Kron, has provided exceptional legal advice and representation to clients struggling with any facet of traffic law or license matters. Our lawyers are known for their honesty, integrity and zealous defense of our clients. Founding attorney, Martin A. Kron, is a former New York City traffic court judge.
With A Former Judge On Our Side, We Know How To Think Like A Judge
With the experience of Martin A. Kron and his valuable insight into how judges make decisions and what persuades them, our law firm is uniquely positioned to help drivers in New York and New Jersey protect their privileges and their rights.
We handle a wide range of matters involving traffic courts, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and the Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC). Our attorneys can provide exceptional advice and assistance with:
- Administrative hearings for suspension/revocation of your driver's license
- Safety hearings that could result in indefinite revocation
- Obtaining restricted or conditional license that allow you to drive to work or school
- Keeping points off your driving record if you received a traffic ticket
- Restoring or reinstating your driver's license after your suspension period has ended
- Resolving provisional license violations and preventing delays in obtaining your official driver's license
Contact Us For A Free Consultation To Discuss Your Needs
If you need help or have concerns regarding DMV/MVC hearings or any other traffic matter, we encourage you to schedule a free consultation with an attorney at our firm. You can reach us by calling 212-691-0175 or completing a form online. We always charge reasonable fees and are able to represent individuals throughout New York and New Jersey.