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Gas Station Attack by Uninsured Truck Driver

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Having represented truck drivers attacked, shot and injured at gas stations, Herndon Virginia injury lawyer Doug Landau was particularly interested in the Federal Court’s September 9, 2020 opinion in the case of Mullins v. Harco National Insurance Co.  The injured victim pulled into the truck fueling station before sunrise, and was assaulted by the Defendant commercial truck driver who

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Defendants Appeal Winning PTSD Truck Crash Case Decision and Lose

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In one of our case’s we previously reported on in our 12/2/2019 blog post, the defendants appealed a Manassas judge’s August 2019 Opinion. The judge found that the victim’s post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) was causally related to his compensable injury by accident, and that the claimant was entitled to weekly Temporary Total Disability (TTD) wage

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Landau a Winner at Elite Lawyers Meeting

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“If I learn just one thing at a seminar or Continuing Legal Education (“CLE”) program that helps me with a difficult case or two, then my investment in tuition, airfare and hotel are worth it,” often notes Herndon injury lawyer Doug Landau. Recently, lawyer Landau was invited to an elite gathering of lawyers by the

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Fewer Cars But More Fatal Car Accidents During Pandemic

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With fewer cars on the highways and interstates, some motorists are now driving at reckless speeds. Having traveled up to New York City, New Jersey and Connecticut, and down to Richmond, Virginia, multi-state lawyer Doug Landau has seen cars and trucks flying by on both sides. Used to traveling up and down the East Coast

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What’s Going on with Virginia Jury Trials During the Pandemic?

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During the long hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, jury trials that the Abrams Landau injury law team had scheduled were continued, postponed, canceled and put in “limbo.” In the recent Virginia Lawyers Weekly newspaper, four Virginia Circuit Courts indicated that they would resume jury trials this month. These courts are located in Stafford, Henrico,

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