Category Archives: Brain Injury

Brain Injury Services Journey Conference

Abrams Landau, Ltd. at Brain Injury Services Journey Conference 2017

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Abrams Landau, Ltd. had the pleasure of sponsoring and exhibiting at this year’s Brain Injury Services (BIS) The Journey Conference for survivors of brain injury, stroke and concussion. The conference was special because it was not only for survivors of traumatic brain injury (TBI), but also for caregivers. The conference was a great opportunity for people to

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Have You Heard of Brain Injury Services?

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Michelle Thyen, the Directer of Community and Volunteer Engagement of Brain Injury Services, recently stopped by the Abrams Landau office and we are eager to share the good work and mission of Brain Injury Services. Brain Injury Services has been active since 1989 and was awarded the title of “Nonprofit of the Year” by the Fairfax

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What Do Tracy Morgan and Lawyer Doug Landau Have in Common?

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What do Tracy Morgan and Doug Landau have in common? They both sustained traumatic brain injury (TBI). Lawyer Landau’s double concussion was minor in comparison to what Morgan survived. The fact that Morgan survived being in a coma for 10 days is truly amazing. The actor/comedian and Landau compared notes while the Herndon injury lawyer

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Brain Injury Awareness Month

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March is Brain Injury Awareness Month and the theme for this year is Not Alone. You can help raise awareness about brain injury by spreading the word in your community. Did you know: Brain injury is predicted to be the third leading cause of global injury and disease by 2020. Read more about it here. 28,000

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Who pays workers comp benefits when I work under the direction of another company ?

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When an employee of a subcontractor does work for another contractor, the Virginia Workers Compensation Commission may view the arrangement as that of a “borrowed servant” or “loaned employee” and make the supervising company pay comp benefits. In a recently reported case, the injured worker’s $1,400,000 Award was affirmed by the Full Commission on appeal.

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