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Injured Workers Must Look for Work in Virginia Workers’ Comp Cases

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Workers’ Compensation Attorney Doug Landau is used to dealing with Workers’ Compensation cases.  But, an injured worker may not understand that there are certain requirements that must be met in order to collect state Workers’ Comp (WC) benefits. An injured worker seeking WC benefits must make an effort — and show evidence of such effort

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Virginia should permit lawsuits for car crashes caused by co-workers or bosses

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The Virginia Workers Compensation law generally does not allow lawsuits between co-workers, and it definitely protects employers from any responsibility for workplace injury claims, except in the case of sexual assaults.  However, Connecticut law allows lawsuits against coworkers for automobile related claims, and against the employer for willful and wanton misconduct, or where the negligence

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Remembering the victims of 9/11

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This week, I will be devoting the space on this site to the clients whose loved ones were taken by the terrorists on 9/11.  Abrams Landau, Ltd. was asked to help some wonderful families whose lives were devastated by the attack on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center.  Our law shop in Herndon, Virginia

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Mediation at the Virginia Workers Compensation Commission

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Clients of the Herndon- Reston area ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd. have been receiving a special attachment to the Hearing Notices. It comes from Ann Beverly, the Ombudsman, an concerns the Commission’s FREE “MEDIATION” services. It states: Mediation is an informal and voluntary process in which 2 or more people, have differing interests, work together with the

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