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Lawyer Landau part of “The Inn Crowd” – invited to be a member of the Virginia Workers Compensation American Inn of Court

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The Virginia Workers Compensation Inn of Court Seminar took place at the Omni Hotel in Downtown Richmond last month. Full Commissioners Ferrell Newman and Wesley Marshall updated the best lawyers in Virginia as to current cases, laws and procedures involving injured workers in the Commonwealth. According to the Virginia Lawyers Weekly, Virginia just got its 10th

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Woman Trips on Wal-Mart Inflatable Beer Can Display Cord

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While trip and fall cases can be difficult to win in Virginia, when there is a difficult-to-see “tripping hazard” AND independent eyewitness testimony, an injured customer can win his or her case against a “big box retailer.” This is true even when the victim has significant pre-existing health issues. Loudoun and Prince William County premises

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No Lawsuit for Slip on Lemon Wedge in Wawa Parking Lot

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Having successfully helped customers injured in falls in parking lots with their Manassas, Prince William County, and Sully Virginia area lawsuits, attorney Doug Landau nevertheless cautions that these kinds of cases are not easy. In fact, they are very difficult due to the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia, which clings to some antiquated defenses

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DC Judge Splits Permanency Finding

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In a decision received this month, a convention executive received an award of 21% permanency to her arm. The insurance company had sent this middle-age woman to a doctor of its choosing, and its orthopedic specialist found that she only had 3% permanent partial disability to her left upper extremity. This Abrams Landau, Ltd. client

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