Perks in Workers Comp Cases: What’s included and what is NOT !

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In workers compensation cases, even experienced lawyers make the mistake of not including perks (fringe benefits) in the calculation of the injured workers average weekly wage. Perks such as; housing, transportation, food, uniforms, etc. can, and often do have a very real value to the employee. In Virginia, such things as health, disability and life

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Post-9/11 Pentagon Repairs Result in Fatal Tragedy

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No one at the Landau Law Shop will ever forget the attacks of 9/11. The deaths caused by the terrorists continued long after the terrorist attacks of 9/11. Our client was a highly skilled welder with top security clearance. He volunteered to fly to the Pentagon to repair the damage caused by the terrorist attack.

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Legs crushed at car auction results in settlement

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Working in a car auction house can be dangerous. An ABRAMS LANDAU client was able to get a substantial workers comp settlement after having her legs crushed as she was helping to prepare a vehicle for sale. The claimant was an Auction Company’s employee who suffered severe crush injury to her legs when another employee

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