Abrams Landau F.T.C.A. case reported in Metro Verdicts Monthly

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District of Columbia, United States District Court Government Building – Premises Liability – Settlement Settlement: $40,000, including a reduction of a worker’s compensation lien. Judge: Royce C. Lamberth Settlement Date: 2/2007 Plaintiff’s Attorney(s): Douglas W.K. Landau, Herndon Age: 47 Sex: F Occupation: Child care director Marital Status: Married Facts: A government employee was injured in a

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Virginia dog attacks child

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In another case, Doug Landau went to Henrico Circuit Court for the infant (a minor under the age of 18) settlement of another dog-attack case. Our now seven-year-old client was an invited guest at the defendant’s home for a Memorial Day weekend party. Within minutes of arrival, this two-year-old was attacked, pinned to the ground,

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What you need to know about Auto body shops

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If you are in a crash and your car is damaged, do not expect the insurance company to pay “full value” for: the vehicle, the remainder of your loan, or for your inconvenience in getting the repairs done. Our FREE REPORT helps those with car-crash cases get fair compensation from the insurance companies. Send for

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States Try to Weigh Safety With Dog Owners’ Rights

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Dangerous Dog Registry is Latest Effort Virginia has a Web site that lets citizens find dogs in their county that have attacked a person or an animal and which a judge has decided could cause injury again. The Virginia Dangerous Dog Registry, modeled after the state’s sex-offender registry, displays their mug shots, misdeeds, and addresses.

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