clients’ recoveries when more than one jurisdiction’s laws apply.
In injury and disability cases, a doctor’s input is critical evidence. In the DC metro area, many clients are treated by doctors near work, home, or even in jurisdictions where they neither reside nor are employed. Many doctors treat patients in both the District and Virginia, and sometimes even Maryland. Likewise, the area lends itself to individuals who move frequently, sometimes with each new presidential administration.
It is for this reason, Doug Landau and the Abrams Landau trial team familiarize themselves with the procedures and laws of not only Virginia and Washington, DC, but also national trends in other states in which Landau is a member of the bar in good standing.
Top lawyers learn laws not only in the state in which they have their actual brick-and-mortar office, but also those of neighboring states so they can help to advise their injured and disabled clients.
If you or someone you care for has been in an accident that involves the laws of Virginia, Washington, DC or other states on the East Coast, and there are questions as to what laws apply, please email or call Abrams Landau, Ltd. (703-796-9555).
Note — the different jurisdictions of the DC metro area have different time deadlines for accident cases. For this reason, it is important to get experienced, competent legal help at once.