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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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What Stuff Do I Need to Win My Airport Fall Case?

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Upon late arrival at a local airport, a passenger was injured while walking through a poorly lit airport corridor. The passenger/traveler fell, shattering his elbow, requiring EMS assistance and surgical repair. In order to prevail in a case against the airport authority or their contractors, we must have the ability to prove the defendant’s negligence.

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Lawsuit Over Plane Crash

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An elderly couple in Chicago escaped with their lives and suffered no physical injuries when a small cargo plane crashed into their home on November 18.  The plane missed hitting the couple, ages 84 and 82, by just inches.  But what a frightening scene that must have been! They have filed a lawsuit against Central

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