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Is Your Bike Breaking Sidewalk Laws?

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To ride your bike on DC sidewalks there are two restrictions. While bike riding is permitted under DCMR  § 18-1201.9, you must abide by certain constraints. . When riding on the sidewalk, you must not create a hazard. This is a complex idea because there’s no legal definition of a “hazard.” In layman’s terms, the

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Bicycle Helmet Distribution Event at Abrams Landau

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Distributing bicycle helmets, safety booklets and bicycles in order to prevent traumatic brain injury during COVID has been a challenge. However, the law firm of ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd. in Herndon, and Maverick Bicycles in Leesburg, managed to visit EVERY single Title I school in Loudoun County.  A dinner was held honoring them hosted by the

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precarious perch on scaffolding: risk of injury on the job

Can I change jobs if I am hurt at work?

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Can I change jobs if I am hurt at work? Workers compensation laws can get complicated, and downright dizzying when trying to follow the variations from state to state. This is one of those questions we are asked fairly regularly. The short answer is, yes, but it depends. If you are out of work with

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Why do Lawyers Sue for So Much Money?

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Some lawyers sue for millions of dollars — even in small claims — just to get free publicity or make it sound like they have big cases. Under Virginia law, it may actually be better to put a slightly larger number on the lawsuit papers at the beginning of the case. Herndon Virginia injury lawyer Doug

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