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Where Unsafe Driver “Accidentally Loses” Evidence, Virginia Supreme Court Rules “No Foul”

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In many cases, the unsafe driver, their corporate employer or their lawyers have custody of critical evidence in an injury case. Many otherwise strong personal injury cases have been lost because the innocent victims did not take steps to preserve critical evidence that would prove the negligence of the other truck driver.  Herndon attorney Doug

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“Personal Black Box” Presentation a hit at National Trial Lawyers Convention

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Lawyers, paralegals and other professionals from all over the United States (and the world!) got up early to hear Doug Landau’s presentation “Proving Your Unwitnessed Case with Invisible Electronic Witnesses” at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, Massachusetts. “You CAN prove your UNwitnessed bike crash case using Garmin, FitBit, Apple Watch and other ‘personal GPS’

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Body camera fails to prove compensable workplace injury

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Advances in technology do not always translate into evidence that supports an on the job injury claim. In a recent case where a Virginia police officer slipped on a stair­way while she was investigating a poten­tial burglary in progress at a private res­idence, the mishap was caught on video by her and two other officers’

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New time deadlines proposed by the Social Security Administration

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The Social Security Administration has proposed requiring disabled workers and their lawyers to submit written evidence at least five (5) business days before a hearing in front of an Administrative Law Judge (“ALJ”). In other words, no “last minute” submissions of evidence, medical reports, or other records. That is why it is extremely important to

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