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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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Post-9/11 Pentagon Repairs Result in Fatal Tragedy

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No one at the Landau Law Shop will ever forget the attacks of 9/11. The deaths caused by the terrorists continued long after the terrorist attacks of 9/11. Our client was a highly skilled welder with top security clearance. He volunteered to fly to the Pentagon to repair the damage caused by the terrorist attack.

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Maryland construction worker wins, then settles, comp claim

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After winning a client’s case before the Maryland Workers Compensation Commission, Virginia trial lawyer Doug Landau was able to successfully settle the case on the eve of trial at the Circuit Court of Worcester County. This was the third time Landau had represented this client ! They originally met when this construction worker watched a

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