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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT “LIFE CARE PLANS”

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At ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd., we will engage the services of experts to put together a “Life Care Plan.”  This special report helps us to understand the future needs (and costs) of clients with traumatic brain injury, spinal cord paralysis and other catastrophic injuries and permanent disability.  In the next several posts, we will look at

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Why are there microphones at Workers Comp hearings ?

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Injured clients ask why there are microphones at comp hearings.  The rooms are generally small, and everyone can hear each other just fine.  The mikes are not to amplify the voices.  Rather, the microphones are for recording the trial so that if later one party or the other wants to appeal, they can have 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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