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Can Shrubs Cause Vehicle Crashes?

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Doug Landau has been consulted on cases where overhanging branches, shrubbery, and the layout of shopping centers have obstructed the view of directional signs and signals, leading to crashes on the road. In a case out of New Jersey, there was a car crash at a four-way intersection. The injured victim not only sued the

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Does an Injured Worker ALWAYS Have to ‘Market’ Their Remaining Physical Abilities Under Virginia Law?

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Injured workers have a legal duty to look for work within their remaining physical abilities when they cannot return to their pre-injury jobs. Similar to the requirements in a personal injury case  (“mitigating damages” ), an injured employee needs to do the best they can to reduce their losses. Under the Virginia Workers Compensation law,

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Where to Go at Court?

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“Where do I go?”, one of the most common questions Trial Lawyer Doug Landau is asked when a client has their all important day in court. Courts vary in room information they specify prior to trial. Some courts will tell you exactly what courtroom you are to appear in for your case. While other courthouses,

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What do Insurance Companies Want to Know ?

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HINT: The SAME THING as its Wall Street investors ! While preparing the first Fen-Phen diet drug cases for trial in the Circuit Court of Alexandria, Doug Landau was stunned to learn that when American Hope Products Corporation put up BILLIONS of dollars to settle the products liability cases of thousands of women whose hearts

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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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