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Gas Station Attack by Uninsured Truck Driver

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Having represented truck drivers attacked, shot and injured at gas stations, Herndon Virginia injury lawyer Doug Landau was particularly interested in the Federal Court’s September 9, 2020 opinion in the case of Mullins v. Harco National Insurance Co.  The injured victim pulled into the truck fueling station before sunrise, and was assaulted by the Defendant commercial truck driver who

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Defendants Appeal Winning PTSD Truck Crash Case Decision and Lose

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In one of our case’s we previously reported on in our 12/2/2019 blog post, the defendants appealed a Manassas judge’s August 2019 Opinion. The judge found that the victim’s post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) was causally related to his compensable injury by accident, and that the claimant was entitled to weekly Temporary Total Disability (TTD) wage

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Federal Judge makes mistakes in Disability case

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In a recent case where the Administrative Law Judge (“ALJ”) ruled against a disabled worker, the Federal District Court remanded and sent the case back because the ALJ: failed to consider the opinion of the treating doctor, failed to thoroughly review the medical records, made unsupported assumptions about the plaintiff’s work history, and provided a

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Doug Landau challenges Vocational Experts’ Testimony in Disability Cases

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In a disability case tried in the District of Columbia, Doug Landau confronted the Federal Government’s Vocational Expert (“VE”), much to the displeasure of the Judge. While Landau did not dispute the expert witness’s credentials or experience, the Herndon Reston area disability and injury lawyer cross-examined the VE armed with the treating doctors’ findings and

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