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precarious perch on scaffolding: risk of injury on the job

Can I change jobs if I am hurt at work?

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Can I change jobs if I am hurt at work? Workers compensation laws can get complicated, and downright dizzying when trying to follow the variations from state to state. This is one of those questions we are asked fairly regularly. The short answer is, yes, but it depends. If you are out of work with

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The Workers’ Compensation Insurance Company Assigned me a Free Nurse! That’s a Good Thing, Right?

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Not necessarily, notes Loudoun County workers’ comp lawyer Doug Landau. The insurance company nurses are not assigned to your case to render treatment or therapy or administer medications. Instead, these nurses very often are assigned to your file to save the insurance company money by limiting medical care, influencing the doctors to choose less expensive

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ABRAMS LANDAU attends American Association for Justice Convention to continue improving skills, network & teach

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The American Association for Justice (“AAJ”) annual convention draws the best lawyers from all over the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and other countries.  Several folks from the Herndon law firm ABRAMS LANDAU were in attendance. Summer law clerk Rob Adams, a student at Tulane Law School, covered presentations while Doug Landau was

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Jonathan McGrady for Virginia House of Delegates

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November 5, 2013 is election day.  Voters in the Commonwealth of Virginia will be electing a new governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, sheriff, and representatives for the Virginia House of Delegates. Herndon lawyer Doug Landau is frequently asked his opinion about other lawyers.  People want to know, “Is lawyer ‘X’ or ‘Y’ any good ?”

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