Category Archives: Cases – Athletic, Sports & Medicine

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Attorney Landau Presents at Bicycle Litigation Meeting at AAJ 2018 Convention

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  During the American Association for Justice (AAJ) 2018 winter convention in Maui, Hawaii last month, attorney Doug Landau gave a Trial Advocacy presentation for lawyers on proving their injury cases with “invisible witnesses,” or electronic tracking devices such as FitBits. In addition, he attended several Continuing Legal Education (CLE) programs and strategy sessions, and

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High Stick to the Heart

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” You can’t aspire to be what you can’t see,” said the coach of the  University of North Dakota women’s ice hockey coach in recent New York Times article on the ending of the school’s sports program. The January 12th piece discussed the budgetary reasons why the team was axed, despite the local female college

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Tri It Now 14.06 Makes Use of George Mason Manassas Campus

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Many Northern Virginia residents do not even know about George Mason University’s Prince William Campus. Conveniently located just off I-66, West of the Manassas Business Exit, it is quiet on weekends and a safe venue for triathlons, duathlons and running races. This GMU campus is home to the Freedom Aquatic & Fitness Center, which is

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Jamestown Triathlon Collegiate Championship & Family Racing Fun

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  The future of Triathlon was on full display at the VTSMTS Patriots Sprint Triathlon Sunday. This race is the sight of the Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Conference race, so there were lots of athletes from regional universities. The Naval Academy had a large contingent, as did Virginia Tech, University of Delaware, North Carolina, Georgetown, College of

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Virginia & Maryland Triathlon Series acquires Piranha Sports

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Arriving early to the Jamestown Sprint Triathlon race venue, Virginia-Maryland Triathlon Series sponsor Doug Landau had a chance to catch up with Greg Hawkins about the recent acquisition of Piranha Sports. Hawkins and his experienced crew were cleaning up after the Williamsburg area half Ironman distance event and preparing the staging area for the Sprint

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How to Prove Your Unwitnessed Bike Accident Case with Invisible Electronic Witnesses

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Attorney Doug Landau’s successful bike injury case story was published again! It was first featured in Virginia Lawyer’s Weekly and is also in this month’s Spokes Magazine. You can read the article here Spokes_August2017 or download a free copy of the whole magazine here (look for the August 2017 issue) to see just how the Abrams Landau law team helped our cyclist client

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“Humble pie” for Landau at National Championships

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After podium finishes at his last several races in Virginia, Doug Landau felt confident, despite injury, going into the 2017 Age Group National Championships. Getting to the Omaha Nebraska venue several days early, Landau and training partners were able to scout out the course, make their final preparations, in order to give full value on

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