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Clarence Thomas Finally Speaks — But Says Nothing

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Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has been serving on the United States’  highest court since 1991.  But for the past 6+ years, he has not spoken — not a single word — during oral arguments. Herndon lawyer Doug Landau noted in a previous post on this site that by not speaking, Thomas is depriving people

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Help! My attorney is not answering or responding to my calls!

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Unfortunately this does happen.  Whenever your lawyer refuses to meet with you and/or will not return calls, e-mails, faxes, or letters over an extended period of time, it may be time to get a new lawyer. . Herndon lawyer Doug Landau recommends checking with the bar association of the state where the lawyer practices to

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Workers’ Comp and Personal Injury Claims in one Case?

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It is not terribly uncommon for a single case to result in both a workers’ compensation claim AND a personal injury claim. Consider the following example: A Virginia delivery driver is injured in an auto accident while driving a company-owned vehicle, and the accident is not his fault.  The injured man’s hospital and medical bills,

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Workers Injury Law and Advocacy Group (WILG) at American Association for Justice (AAJ) Convention

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Members of the Workers Injury Law and Advocacy Group (WILG) came from such diverse states as Virginia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Delaware, New Jersey, Ohio, North Carolina and New York, among others, to attend the recent American Association for Justice (AAJ) winter convention in Miami, Florida. Some of the best workplace injury and disability lawyers

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