Hall Of Fame – Not just for Athletes

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Doug Landau recently went to the headquarters in Washington, D.C. of the American Association for Justice (formerly the “Association of Trial Lawyers of America” or “ATLA”). The Herndon Reston area injury lawyer took part in an Executive Council meeting of the Disability, Social Security and Health Law Section. As noted in a prior post, his

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Historic Downtown Herndon – Follow the signs !

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Clients coming to ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd. have noticed the signs for the “Historic Downtown District.” Some have even gone to the train depot to visit the museum and see evidence of the LandauLawShop’s existence for over 120 years ! Others have walked around the little town center and taken pictures at the caboose, old Town

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Everybody's wearing a bit o'green !

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This time of year TriathlonTrialLawyer Doug Landau tries to wear green and sign pleadings in green. This year, Dr. Keith Saylor of NeuroScience, Inc. in Herndon, was the very picture of sartorial splendor biking during the always festive St. Patrick’s week celebrations. Of course, bike gear from the College of William & Mary just happens

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"The Peoples Law School" Radio Show to Feature "The Athletes Lawyer" Monday, March 17, 2008 at 9:00 AM

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Fredericksburg Virginia Radio station WFVA (1230 AM) will feature Herndon Injury Lawyer Doug Landau of ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd. on its morning “Peoples Law School” program Monday, March 17th at 9:00 AM. The affable Triathlon Trial Lawyer will answer questions from callers as well as from the host, fellow Virginia Trial Lawyer John Harris. So, if

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Save that tooth !

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Bike crashes can result in facial injuries, dental care and brain injury. There are reported cases of triathletes being struck by cars, tripping and falling entering/exiting the transition areas and getting hit during the swim, all resulting in head injury and dental trauma. After medical concerns are addressed, the extent of the dental injury should

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Athletes should have regular dental examinations to check for injury, infection or unusual tooth wear.

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Believe it or not, sports competition, even in non-contact endurance sports, can result in dental injury according to TriathlonTrialLawyer Doug Landau. Having been in bike crashes and had head injuries himself, this Virginia trial lawyer knows the importance of prompt medical attention after an accident when competing or training. Shown here are Dr. Gary Greenspan,

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Doctors, Lawyers and others take part in WABA ride

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Shown here getting ready to depart for the full distance “VASA” ride sponsored by the Washington Area Bicyclist Association (“WABA”) is Dr. Allen Delaney, M.D. of Commonwealth Orthopedics and, and with his wife (and Physical Therapist) Mary Delaney, “Rehab to Racing” multi-sport coaching services. This veteran triathlete has bicycled throughout the world, and is shown

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