Airline Employees Benefit by Watching Real Airport Injury Trials

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Victims of injuries at airports often have no idea what to expect when it is their “day in court.”  Even long time airline employees and union members do not have a realistic view of what actually transpires at real workers compensation, personal injury and Social Security Disability trials.  The movies and television give an inaccurate idea to millions of viewers.  Dulles Airport injury lawyer Doug Landau has solved that problem.  Lawyer Landau, of the Herndon law firm ABRAMS LANDAU, invites every client to “Come see us try a case so that you know what to do when it is your turn.”  EVERY SINGLE CLIENT who has attended an ABRAMS LANDAU Hearing before their own “day in court” has agreed it helped them enormously.

In keeping with our promise to enable injured workers and accident victims to “SEE US IN ACTION,” upcoming trials, cases, races and programs are set forth below. You will not see this from any of the advertising lawyers. In fact, we know of no other plaintiff’s personal injury law firm that has the courage to:

  1. Encourage their clients to come to court BEFORE their trial to see their lawyer “in action,” and
  2. Actually publish the calendar of their public appearances, court cases, races and Continuing Legal Education programming. But remember,

Always call the day before you come to see us in action !

Cases set on a court’s schedule can be cancelled (like when the storms struck in September !), continued, postponed, settled, re-scheduled for mediation or arbitration. So, always call our office the day before you want to come and watch to make sure the insurance company has not paid for the losses caused by the negligent defendant or unsafe employer at “the 24th hour.” Your time is valuable. We do not want any client, family member, friend or neighbor to make a wasted trip. Doug Landau has even encouraged people to observe other cases that are not from the Herndon Reston law firm ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd., when there is little time before a client’s own Hearing or trial. To that end, here are some upcoming dates:

Date                          Place                    Case or Program

October 16, 2012           Manassas, VA  Workers Compensation claim for injured construction worker (to see the entrance to this Hearing room, please click here.).

October 17, 2012         Herndon Elementary School (off Dranesville Road), Herndon, VA in the morning and then Hutchison Elementary School, (off Eldon Street & the Dulles Toll Road) in the afternoon, “Put the Lids on the Kids” free bicycle helmets for all 6th graders and brain injury prevention educational program by Doug Landau and local law enforcement officers

October 20, 2012          Cameron Crescent Apartments, Herndon, VA – Helmet distribution in cooperation with the Fairfax County Virginia Police Department

October 22, 2012        “Conference on Brain Injury in Children & Adolescents,” presented by Brain Injury Services, Floris United Methodist Church, Frying Pan Road, Herndon, VA

 October 23, 2012              Washington, D.C. Social Security Disability claim for woman who injured her back pushing a heavy cart at work in Virginia.

October 24, 2012               Rolling Ridge Elementary School, Sterling, VA “Put the Lids on the Kids” free bicycle helmets and head injury prevention program in conjunction with Loudoun County Virginia Police

October 30, 2012       Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, Hilton Garden Inn, Fairfax, VA Continuing Legal Education seminar, “Auto Insurance Update: Maximize Recovery”

October 31, 2012       Madeira School, McLean, VA – Annual Halloween Parade & Co-Curricular Day

November 2, 2012      Fairfax Virginia Circuit Court, oral arguments on the Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss injured Bloom grocery store shopper’s slip and fall case

 November 8, 2012     Fairfax Circuit Court, Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, VA  (morning) setting trial date and scheduling order for premises liability jury trial

December 5, 2012     Manassas, VA Workers Compensation Commission Hearing at Sudley Tower, off Route 234, for an airport worker who injured his back when a pilot’s bag fell out of the private terminal shuttle

December 6, 2012     Fairfax, VA Workers Compensation Commission Hearing at Prosperity Plaza, Hamaker Place, near Fairfax Hospital, for a retirement home cook who injured her back and spine and was fired.

If you or someone you know or care for has been injured as the result of a car, truck, bicycle or motorcycle crash, on the job accident or need help with Social Security Disability, and there are questions about what laws apply, e-mail or call us at ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd. (703-796-9555) at once.