Motor vehicle strikes state college tennis player in Virginia Tech campus crosswalk, part 2

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The Athletes Lawyer Doug Landau presented exhibits to graphically demonstrate the “non-economic” losses in the case, including GPA, cumulative GPA, and tennis ranking. The plaintiff was one of the top tennis players at Tech since it joined the competitive ACC, and counsel was able to show the costs to this out-of-state scholarship athlete caused by

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Motor vehicle strikes state college tennis player in Virginia Tech campus crosswalk, part 1

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We have been fortunate at Abrams Landau to represent some truly remarkable and inspiring individuals. For the Atheletes Lawyer Doug Landau, this was such a case… The plaintiff was a student at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia. She was walking in the pedestrian crosswalk when, without warning, the defendant slammed into her, hurling her through

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Places – Athlete Coaching:

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Michael Hamberger, “DC RUNNING COACH” http://www.dcrunningcoach.com (Shown here with the Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau at the finish line of the USAT National Age Group Duathlon Championships in Mason Ohio. Coach Michael Hamberger has competed at World Age Group Long Course Duathlon Championships and is an All American Run-Bike-Run specialist. He also teaches at the

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United States Masters Swimming publishes the Abrams Landau "Speedo 6" case

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Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau was again published in the December, 2007 Newsletter of the USMS Potomac Valley Masters Swimming Newsletter. http://www.pvmasters.org/~newsletter/Dec-07/Dec07.htm The Newsletter of the Potomac Valley Masters (the Regional Governing body for the United States Masters Swimming or “USMS”), is called “The Swimmers Ear.” Landau, who had previously written about the United States

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Bicyclists have similar duties (http://www.virginiadot.org/programs/bk-laws.asp) to a motor vehicle when on the road. There is a legal duty to drive at a reasonable speed and to keep a reasonable lookout for other vehicles. They must also take care to pass bicycles at a safe distance and speed. The Virginia Code (http://leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe?000+cod+46.2-839) provides that any driver

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Stores:

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Stores where you may see Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau shopping for sports equipment, bicycle parts, athletic gear and nutrition needs include: A-1 Cycles : http://www.a1cycling.com/ Herndon, 2451-I3 Centreville Road (the Clock Tower Shopping Center, just South of the Dulles Toll Road “Herndon Exit”), Herndon, VA 20171. Phone: (703) 793-0400 and Manassas, 7705 Sudley Road,

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