Professional athletes get headlines when they jam a finger, but when a weekend warrior takes a fall during the local half-marathon, or buys sports gear that turns out to be defective instead of protective, the results can be devastating even though the story never makes the papers. These personal injuries can involve a great deal of pain, a long period of physical rehab, lost wages, and that’s the short list.

Doug Landau’s experience as an athlete, as well as a personal injury attorney, makes him uniquely qualified to represent sports injury victims, and individuals who have been injured because of faulty sports or fitness equipment, or an unsafe sports facility.

It begins with one phone call, or email, or fill out the form on this page. We do not get paid unless we win or settle your case.

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You may be uncertain if an injury to yourself or a loved one actually occurred through the negligence of others. It’s natural to have many questions: Do I initiate a personal injury lawsuit? Do I ask for a settlement? How do I submit a workers compensation claim? Is it expensive to file a lawsuit? How do I file for Social Security Disability? The best way to answer these questions is to talk to us.

Meet Doug

In his personal and professional life, Doug Landau is a pacesetter. He began practicing law in 1985 and opened his first firm in 1989 in Old Town Alexandria, Va. With excellence and professionalism, he has developed a solid track record in personal injury law, focusing his efforts on helping injured and disabled individuals and their families. Abrams Landau Ltd., opened its doors in 2000 in the historic district of Herndon, Va., and today represents clients up and down the East Coast. An avid runner, Landau has competed in triathlons, biathlons, and other races including the U.S. Sprint and Olympic Distance National Championships. He is a coach for Chantilly Youth Soccer, and gives his time to several local schools. In addition to the work in his own practice, Landau advocates with other attorneys and professionals to improve how the law works for private citizens through Trial Lawyers for Public Justice, the Virginia Poverty Law Center, and CIWC of Virginia, a citizens’ group dedicated to workers compensation reform.

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