Backlog Leaves Disabled Claimants in Limbo

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A backlog of appeals at the Social Security Administration has left hundreds of thousands of disabled claimants bankrupt, evicted and in some cases dead, attorneys and agency officials say. Governmental infighting has slowed the hiring of new judges to hear SSDI appeals, which currently numbers 755,000. The wait for Hearings before an Administrative Law Judge

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Doug Landau comes to the defense of duped doctor

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While Herndon trial lawyer Doug Landau represents injured workers almost exclusively, he takes on several defense cases for companies, medical practices and individuals who have no insurance or whose insurance is not protecting them. In this case, the accused doctor had no insurance protection from a six-figure claim.

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Why don’t Insurance Companies pay the full 500 week amount in Virginia Workers Comp case settlements?

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Herndon trial lawyer Doug Landau is frequently contacted by individuals and law firms with fatal accident claims.  Because of his experience in actually trying fatality claims before the Workers Compensation Commission and his inclusion in the book “Best Lawyers in America,” Landau has been brought into many death cases, even at the “24th hour.”

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English family reunion ends in Florida disaster

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In order to be an effective advocate, a trial lawyer must “walk the walk” as well as “talk the talk.” One of the key ingredients to successful representation of those injured through no fault of their own is to visit the scene of the accident and personally familiarize oneself with the facts of the case.Herndon

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See a lawyer – get a check ?!!?

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Instead of paying for legal advice or leaving a lawyer’s office owing money, many Landau Law Shop clients conclude their first meeting Herndon lawyer Doug Landau smiling, because the insurance company owes them money. How is this possible ? In the majority of workers compensation cases, the insurance companies and employers do not volunteer information

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