Tag Archives: Virginia Trial Lawyer

English family reunion ends in Florida disaster

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In order to be an effective advocate, a trial lawyer must “walk the walk” as well as “talk the talk.” One of the key ingredients to successful representation of those injured through no fault of their own is to visit the scene of the accident and personally familiarize oneself with the facts of the case.Herndon

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Perks in Workers Comp Cases: What’s included and what is NOT !

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In workers compensation cases, even experienced lawyers make the mistake of not including perks (fringe benefits) in the calculation of the injured workers average weekly wage. Perks such as; housing, transportation, food, uniforms, etc. can, and often do have a very real value to the employee. In Virginia, such things as health, disability and life

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Now you see it – now you don’t ! Spoliation of evidence

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Airports, stores, gas stations, parking lots and other places where people get hurt have tape recordings of what happens on their “turf.” These tapes (or CDs, DVDs, etc.) often provide strong evidence of what really happened when someone gets hurt or attacked. Virginia “Super Lawyer” Doug Landau secured the actual Airport DVD showing the Defendant

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“EVERYTHING YOU SAY…WILL BE USED AGAINST YOU” Taped and Writtten Statements and Insurance Companies

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Insurance companies routinely pressure people into giving taped or written statements shortly after an accident.  Insurance claims adjusters know that injured victims are at their most vulnerable immediately after an accident.  They know that when the injured person is not represented, in pain, on strong medications, confused and unsure of their legal rights, that all

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