Alan T. Grening, Esq. specializes in Worker’s Compensation law and Personal Injury cases (automobile accidents, premises liability and fall down cases) as well as Wills, Estates and Trusts. Alan has been an attorney with Garces, Grabler & Lebrocq, P.C. for more than twenty-three years. He operates on the principle that a good lawyer means obtaining the highest possible settlement for people who need and deserve fair and just compensation for their injuries. If the defendant’s insurance company will not act in good faith and offer a reasonable settlement, Mr. Grening will not hesitate to file suit and take the case to trial.
Mr. Grening began his legal career at Tobin, Reitman, Caruso, Greenstein and Konray in 1990, and remained with the firm for three years. His specialization in personal injury cases such as fall-downs and auto accidents gave him his training as a trial attorney. Mr. Grening joined Garces, Grabler & LeBrocq, in 1993. He is our senior associate. Mr. Grening’s practice also includes Wills and Estates as well as Elder Law where he counsels clients in the preparation of their Wills, Trusts, Guardianships and Powers of Attorney.
Alan also serves as an arbitrator for both personal injury and contract cases and has been selected by both plaintiffs’ and defedndants’ counsel to arbitrate uninsured and under insured motorist claims. In his role as attorney for the injured plaintiff, he has obtained verdicts and settlements from insurance companies such as Allstate, GEICO, New Jersey Manufacturers, Liberty Mutual, Progressive and First Trenton.
Mr. Grening attended George Washington University and was active in student government. Thereafter, for his legal education, he attended Nova Southeastern University and served on the Honor Court. Alan was also Vice Dean of Delta Theta Phi Legal Fraternity.
Mr. Grening enjoys reading about history and politics, especially biographies and non-fiction books on the American Presidency. Alan wanted to become a lawyer his entire life because he loves fighting for the underdog – those clients who lack formal education and the average blue-collar worker who is generally unaware of their legal rights and remedies.
Worker’s Compensation; Personal Injury; Wills, Estates & Trusts; Social Security Disability; PIP Arbitration
State of New Jersey – 1989
State of Pennsylvania – 1990
District of Columbia – 1990
Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Juris Doctorate – 1986
George Washington University, Washington, D.C., Bachelor of Arts – 1981
New Jersey State Bar Association
Union County Bar Association
Middlesex County Bar Association
New Jersey Association for Justice