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Metrorail Concrete Panels to Dulles International Airport Improperly Mixed—Who Would Be Held Liable for Any Possible Injuries?

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Always wondering how long infrastructure, roads and airport construction are supposed to last, attorney Doug Landau noted an article that stated that the $2.6 billion project extending the D.C. region’s Metrorail Silver Line to Dulles International Airport and into Ashburn had concrete components that were supposed to last 100 years! However, an article by the

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Should I Start My Legal Case on My Own?

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In today’s world, where information is at our fingertips via a quick online search on a computer, tablet, or smartphone, it may seem tempting to start your legal case on your own.  Many people falsely believe that doing some of the work on their own will save money. Build the Right Foundation for Your Case

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Remote Texter Can Be Held Liable for Car Crash

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We all know the dangers of texting and driving.  And we know that drivers who text while they are driving can be held liable for any accident caused by their distracted driving. But what about a person — someone not even in the car — who sends a text to someone who is driving?  Can

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