Facebook Posts Used Against Injured Car Crash Victim in Court

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Do insurance company lawyers look on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc. to find incriminating evidence to use against injured victims? You bet they do. While visiting lawyers in Georgia, attorney Doug Landau of Abrams Landau, Ltd. came across an article about a recent case where the plaintiff’s Facebook posts were introduced

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Police Promote Bike Helmet Safety

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While cheering on training partners at the US Triathlon National Championships in Cleveland, Ohio, bike injury lawyer Doug Landau compared notes with local law enforcement regarding helmet and bicycle safety. Attorney Landau learned that there are programs in Ohio to educate children about the importance of using head protection when riding their bicycles, similar to

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Tough Day of Racing at the National Championships

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Over a dozen of the top athletes from the Virginia and Maryland Triathlon Series (VTS/MTS), or Kinetic Multisports, qualified for the USAT National Championships in Cleveland, Ohio. In today’s Olympic Distance event, Doug Landau followed over a dozen friends, training partners and teammates out on the course and on the USAT app. The app helped

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Published in Trial Magazine: Attorney Doug Landau’s Article on Using Smart Fitness Apps and Devices As Evidence

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What to do when there are no witnesses for your accident? Well, with the advancement and accessibility of technology these days, there may still be hope! Smart fitness apps, fitness tracking devices, and more could help serve as your “personal black box,” or as a “witness” by not only providing proof of your whereabouts but

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Kinetic Multisports Tidewater Triathlon

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When you drive five hours through traffic on I-95, you hope that you’ll be able to accomplish what you set out to do. However, with lightning and thunder predicted for the morning of the race, the Landaus were not optimistic that they would have a chance to compete at the Kinetic Multisports Super Series Tidewater

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“Helmets R Us” Helmets Recalled Due to Risk of Head Injury

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Helmets R Us recently recalled their Rollerblade-branded helmets used in school’s physical education programs.  The helmets fail to meet the federal safety standard, posing a risk of head injury. The recalled helmets are white and “Rollerblade” is printed on the side in black. They were manufactured from September 2011 through April 2017. Model 16, SK-501N and

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Case Investigation and Race Experience

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Combining case investigation and athletic excellence seems to be a hallmark of attorney Doug Landau‘s practice. Recently, paralegal Kristen Tanzi received information from a potential client regarding a slip and fall accident at a Prince William Hotel. Doug Landau was familiar with the Old Town Manassas, Prince William County location and so he made immediate

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