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Doug Landau and gift basket

Gift Giving Season at Abrams Landau, Ltd.; Like a Good Neighbor, Local Insurance Company Sends Thanks

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Everyone at Abrams Landau, Ltd. was surprised when a large basket of treats arrived at our doorstep.  When we read the card, we learned the gift was from a local Herndon insurance agent.  This automobile, homeowners and property insurer wanted to express his thanks for attorney Doug Landau’s pro bono representation at the Herndon courthouse.

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What if My Doctor Will Not Help My Injury Case?

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Sometimes a treating doctor or surgeon will not agree to testify in court, and in fact will not have anything to do with a patient’s injury case. Clients of the Herndon law firm Abrams Landau, Ltd. ask what can they do when their own doctors do not want to be bothered.  In some cases a

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Double Arm Transplant Surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital

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Who could have missed the recent inspirational story about the quadruple-amputee, 26-year-old war veteran Brendan Marrocco, who underwent successful double arm transplant surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore?  Marrocco was the first military veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to have survived the loss of four limbs.  Although it is unlikely that

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Now you see it – now you don’t ! Spoliation of evidence

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Airports, stores, gas stations, parking lots and other places where people get hurt have tape recordings of what happens on their “turf.” These tapes (or CDs, DVDs, etc.) often provide strong evidence of what really happened when someone gets hurt or attacked. Virginia “Super Lawyer” Doug Landau secured the actual Airport DVD showing the Defendant

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