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Do the Insurance Companies believe in God?

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Do the Insurance Companies believe in God?   A client asked this question recently, as he had a serious workplace injury and has been struggling lately with blood pressure issues. This skilled car mechanic was struck in the head with a pressurized hose, which caused a concussion. While the insurance company accepted the fact that

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What Amount of Car Insurance Should I Get?

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If I get a smaller car, I need less insurance, right? Herndon car accident lawyer Doug Landau of Abrams Landau, Ltd. is asked all the time about car insurance coverage. These questions about coverage are better asked BEFORE a car crash. And the short answer is “no.” Large truck or small car, the amount of insurance

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Injured While Slugging? What Are Your Options?

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“Slugging” in the DC metro area is where commuters line up to get rides from total strangers in order to travel in the carpool or “High Occupancy Vehicle” lanes on local Interstate Highways. The riders get a free ride, the drivers save time and people get the chance to meet new people. Northern Virginia commuters

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Can I Sue My Employer If I Am Hurt on the Job?

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The corollary question Workers Comp lawyer Doug Landau is often asked is, “Am I restricted to the limited benefits of Workers Compensation?” If the employer has in place a policy of Workers Compensation Insurance, then under Virginia law you probably cannot sue them for all of your losses. You are likely restricted to the limited

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