Maryland construction worker wins, then settles, comp claim

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After winning a client’s case before the Maryland Workers Compensation Commission, Virginia trial lawyer Doug Landau was able to successfully settle the case on the eve of trial at the Circuit Court of Worcester County. This was the third time Landau had represented this client ! They originally met when this construction worker watched a

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Van crashes into cab in front of train station

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In another unusual case, Doug Landau was able to settle a client’s taxicab crash facial injury case where the Defendant driver had no insurance and fled the United States after the car crash. In this case the Defendant’s van crashed into the cab in which the plaintiff was an innocent passenger, in front of the

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Internet hire by Virginia company results in Florida claim

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The Virginia Workers Compensation Commission ruled that an Internet hire falls under Florida’s jurisdiction, even though the injured employee got his training, equipment, uniform, transportation and initial hours in Virginia. A Virginia Company, located in Manassas, Virginia, put an advertisement on the Internet. It provided service for plants up and down the East Coast. The

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ABRAMS LANDAU Defends Granite & Marble Company in Virginia Workers Comp claim

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While ABRAMS LANDAU represents injured workers almost exclusively, Doug Landau has successfully represented and defending employers in serious injury claims when there is no insurance available. In a recent claim brought by a large volume, advertising law firm, Herndon “Super Lawyer” Doug Landau managed to end the litigation in a nuisance settlement. The advertising firm’s

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