The Town of Herndon’s Mayor, the Herndon Bicycle Police and bike injury lawyer Doug Landau of the Herndon law firm ABRAMS LANDAU spoke to the Hutchison Elementary School’s sixth graders this afternoon in order to prevent needless head injuries and brain trauma. But there was more than just talk. Every single student was outfitted by a police officer with a brand new Bell helmet and given a carry bag and information to take home and share with their families, courtesy of the Landau Law Shop.
This is the second year that lawyer Landau has given a free helmet to every sixth grader. Going to qualifying schools is part of the bike safety lawyer’s goal of giving out 365 free helmets, “one a day” in order to prevent needless injury and death. Landau helps injured and disabled cyclists, joggers and motorists who are hurt by the unsafe actions or decisions of others. In order to protect the Town of Herndon’s children, he is putting “lids on the kids” who might otherwise not be able to afford them. By educating these wonderful students, the Herndon Police and lawyer Landau are trying to prevent them from becoming casualties and statistics. Furthermore, if a child’s helmet has been damaged in an accident, Landau will give them a new one at no cost. If you know of a child who has been in a bicycle crash, and their safety helmet has been damaged, please e-mail or call us at ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd. (703-796-9555) so that we can outfit them with a new one and prevent further harms and losses.