Virginia Trial Lawyer Doug Landau lectures on “HIP FRACTURES” to Injury Board lawyers from all over the United States

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Doug Landau traveled to Florida in order speak on “Hip Fractures in the Elderly” at the InjuryBoard meeting in St. Petersburg. Utilizing his laptop to give the presentation, the Loudoun Fairfax injury lawyer shared strategies for successfully representing older clients whose lives have been altered due to broken hips caused by the negligence, carelessness or

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Court of Appeals finds that fighting is part of hockey

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In researching the Moore v. Bertuzzi case, Loudoun, Leesburg and Fairfax injury lawyer came across a Virginia workers comp case involving a professional hockey player. In the case of the Norfolk Admirals vs. Ty Jones, the Court of Appeals held that a pro hockey player did not engage in deliberate misconduct when he was told

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Do lawyers have to belong to Trial Lawyer Associations ?

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In a word, “no’ according to Herndon injury lawyer Doug Landau of ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd.  The Fairfax, Leesburg and Loudoun injury lawyer belongs to 5 state bars, so sees the difference between the various jurisdictions.  In most states, a lawyer must belong to the state bar association, pay annual dues and attend a minimum number

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