Despite this morning’s crash, Doug Landau is on his way back to the DC Metropolitan area in order to help a disabled client win his case in court. Landau was heading back from the long, holiday weekend when his family’s hybrid 4-door car encountered black ice on the sloping curve near Connecticut. Despite his slow speed, the car continued on a straight vector, and Landau went over an embankment, turned over and miraculously, did not land on the roof. To read more about what happened, please go to our sports injury site.
Lawyer Landau especially wants to thank:
- the Connecticut State Troopers for their almost instantaneous response time, thorough investigation and professional demeanor;
- Mr. Kenney of the Sharon Connecticut emergency service for his quick arrival at the crash site and thorough medical work-up;
the Sharon Auto Body wrecker crew for their skilled work with a difficult vehicle extraction on a snowy, slippery road surface,
- his brother Ken & sister-in-law Stephanie, for bringing him home (& out of the cold!), and
- friends Laurie & Samantha Lovett, who, despite pressing business meetings in New Jersey, brought the stranded attorney back from the NorthWest Corner to New York City and his sister’s home.
Landau will not be driving tomorrow, but instead he will be taking the Amtrak train from Penn Station to Washington, DC’s Union Station, which is close to where his disabled client’s case is scheduled to be heard.