Virginia and Washington, D.C. trial lawyers compare notes at American Association for Justice winter meeting

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DC and Virginia injury lawyers Jay Wingfield and Doug Landau compare notes at the 2010 AAJ Winter meeting
DC and Virginia injury lawyers Jay Wingfield and Doug Landau compare notes at the 2010 AAJ Winter meeting

One of the important advantages Virginia dog injury lawyer Doug Landau has over other lawyers is that he attends national and international meetings of top trial lawyers to learn the latest methods, teach and share strategies.  Most so-called personal injury lawyers are too cheap to attend and unwilling to pen their minds up to new ideas and methods of truly helping injured victims and their families.  It takes time, effort and money to attend, support the programming and teach for the state and national trial bar and speciality organizations.  Reading the law journals simply is not enough these days.  While Landau actually goes through the Bar Association journals from Florida, New Jersey, Virginia, Fairfax and the District of Columbia, getting additional information online and especially in person is critical to staying current with trends in the law and medicine.  ABRAMS LANDAU has been a long-time sponsor of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Annual convention, and has taught on numerous state and national Continuing Legal Education programs.  If you would like to see Fairfax, Loudon and Leesburg injury lawyer Doug Landau  “in action,” teaching, trying cases  or racing, please e-mail us at ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd., or call 703-796-9555 today.

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