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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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Virginia Trial Lawyers Improve Car Insurance Law

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It used to be the law in Virginia that an injured car crash victim could not accept a full insurance policy limits offer from the negligent defendant driver’s company without permission from her own motor vehicle carrier if she wanted to get additional benefits from her underinsured coverage. UnderInsured Motorist insurance is known as UIM,

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$500,000 for a Barking Dog?

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In the North Seattle area, a woman found out the hard way why you should never ignore a lawsuit. Her neighbor had filed a lawsuit against her claiming the sound of her barking dog was causing him “profound emotional distress.”  He filed a 36 page complaint in which he states the dog’s bark reached 128

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A Warranty on Hips and Knees?

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If you buy a new appliance, car, computer, or really almost any household device, your new purchase comes with a warranty against product defects.  But what about artificial joints?  A hip?  A knee?   Hip and knee replacements are somewhat commonplace, yet only one joint manufacturer even offers a warranty, but only for one of

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