“Teaching makes you learn more thoroughly,” according to multi-state trial and injury lawyer Doug Landau of the ABRAMS LANDAU Herndon, Virginia law firm

dkwl_TEC_perry.jpegDoug Landau once again participated in the Supreme Court’s “New Judges’ Training Program” in Richmond yesterday. Presenting a personal injury bus stop accident case at the downtown John Marshall Courts Building, the Loudoun Fairfax injury lawyer was able to put a Tidewater Judge in training through his paces. Part of the learning process for the new judges is the post-verdict analysis by the supervising judges and lawyers such as Doug Landau. The Herndon Reston injury and disability lawyer finds that preparing for these cases makes him a better lawyer, as he has learned something new every time he has presented one of these cases in the City of Richmond, Henrico, Chesterfield and Hanover County Court houses. Several clients and friends have already asked to attend next year’s trial ! If you would like to see the ABRAMS LANDAU trial team in action, please call 703-796-9555 to find out when and where our next cases will be. Landau is shown here with friends and former associates Randy Perry, a Manassas medical malpractice defense attorney, former Integon and Liberty Mutual Insurance counsel and Theresa Cummins, a Fair Lakes area general practice lawyer and former CNA Insurance counsel.

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