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$900,000,000 raised for the Leukemia and Lymphoma societies by “Team In Training”

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Doug Landau and several of his Maccabiah teammates participated in the 3rd annual DC Nations Triathlon that  raised money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma societies.  Doug Landau has represented people who have become disabled due o these terrible diseases before he Social Security Administration.  This multisport race in the Nation’s Capitol took participants past many

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Instead of waiting for written decision, ABRAMS LANDAU client told she’s a WINNER AT THE HEARING !

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At an August 6th Social Security Disability Hearing in Washington, D.C., our client was told that she would prevail then and there.  The written decision was written September 4th.  Our client had several severe disabling conditions.  However, she did “not have an impairment or combination of impairments that meets or medically equals one of the

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Preparing for Social Security Disability Hearings in DC

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In other posts, we have shown pictures of the inside and outside of Hearing offices used by the Virginia Workers Compensation Commission and Trial Courts.  However, the Federal Government does not usually allow us to take cameras into the court rooms.  In this post we hope to take some of the mystery out of disability

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“Tension Points in Workers Compensation”

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Herndon-Reston Virginia injury lawyer Doug Landau and two dozen other experienced disability lawyers attended a special presentation by Commissioner William Dudley, Jr. today.  The Commissioner is one of only 3 Full Commissioners at the Virginia Workers Compensation Commission (“VWC”) headquarters in Richmond.  While he has over two decades of experience trying cases on behalf of

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