Author Archives: Doug Landau

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What Should I Do If There Is a Safety Hazard at Work?

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Whether you simply noticed a safety hazard at your workplace or you were injured at work due to a safety hazard, you should file a complaint to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), an agency of the United States Department of Labor. If it’s not an emergency, it is best to file a written

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Why Do We Give Our Clients Homework?

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Why do we give our clients homework? Because everyone at Abrams Landau, Ltd. likes to be AHEAD of deadlines—and not playing “catch-up”—we will give our clients’ homework in nearly every single injury, workers’ comp and disability case. We have found that rather than mailing, faxing or sending questions to doctors electronically, if the client hand

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Teacher Appreciation Day: Rachel Carson Middle School’s Teacher Cynthia Burgett and Abrams Landau Attorney Doug Landau Guide Incredible Eighth Grade Class to Top 3 in We the People National Competition

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In light of Teacher Appreciation Day, the staff at Abrams Landau law wanted to show our appreciation for teachers all over the world and specifically, Rachel Carson Middle School’s eighth grade teacher Cynthia Burgett. Attorney Doug Landau of Abrams Landau, Ltd. has been helping Ms. Burgett as a volunteer teacher since 2013 to prepare her

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Metrorail Concrete Panels to Dulles International Airport Improperly Mixed—Who Would Be Held Liable for Any Possible Injuries?

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Always wondering how long infrastructure, roads and airport construction are supposed to last, attorney Doug Landau noted an article that stated that the $2.6 billion project extending the D.C. region’s Metrorail Silver Line to Dulles International Airport and into Ashburn had concrete components that were supposed to last 100 years! However, an article by the

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