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Why Do We Give Our Clients Homework?

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Why do we give our clients homework? Because everyone at Abrams Landau, Ltd. likes to be AHEAD of deadlines—and not playing “catch-up”—we will give our clients’ homework in nearly every single injury, workers’ comp and disability case. We have found that rather than mailing, faxing or sending questions to doctors electronically, if the client hand

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Black Letter Law: How to Prepare for Your Case

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One of the first things the Abrams Landau law team looks at when developing case strategy is to look at the “black letter law” applicable to the particular case. The Herndon, Virginia injury firm looks to see what evidence and testimony will be necessary to prove negligence in the car crash, unsafe product, trip and

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Preparing for Your Social Security Disability Hearing

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Social Security Disability Hearings are different than court hearings in that the judge will question the disabled claimant as well as witnesses. In that way they are similar to Judge Judy, Judge Joe Brown, and Judge Alex, which you may have seen on television. But that’s where the similarity ends. They do not render their

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