Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau’s free advice for an injured triathlete, part 2

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After the injured triathlete has gotten clearance from the treating doctor, and progressed from stretching, strength training, to endurance training for the NON-INJURED leg, then progression to more challenging exercise protocols may be indicated. While Doug Landau’s free sports training advice is worth what you pay for it, he counsels the injured triathlete as follows:

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Free advice for Injured Triathletes, Bike Crash Victims and other Disabled Athletes

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Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau is frequently asked advise injured cyclists, triathletes and other sports enthusiasts because of his background in sports medicine and experience as a USAT All American. More importantly, Landau has experience in bike crashes, his own accidents and sports injuries over the years. Because the injured triathlete’s lawyer spends the time

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Contributory Negligence and Children Injured in Bike Crashes

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Contributory negligence bars many claims brought in Virginia by injured cyclists, runners, swimmers and other athletes according to the personal injury lawyer Doug Landau. However, this outdated and harsh defense does not apply as strictly to children injured in bike crashes, recreational activities and sports accidents. The trial team at Abrams Landau, Ltd. has successfully

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How do you find witnesses to bicycle and car crash cases ?

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Abrams Landau is contacted in many cases where the injured bicyclist or runner does not know the whereabouts of any witnesses. In cases involving head trauma or brain injury, it is almost impossible for the unconscious cyclist or traumatized members of the peloton to capture information about potential witnesses, passing cars, or investigating officers. Triathlon

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Eagleman Triathlon Case (part 2 of 2)

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  So what happened to the young triathlete who was in the crash within sight of the Eagleman Triathlon finish line ? Like many fit multisport athletes, he healed quickly, and returned to training and competition the next season. The Plaintiff is a friend, teammate and training partner of Mr. Landau has since the case

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Eagleman Triathlon Case (part 1)

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    As he approached the end of the Eagleman Half Ironman Triathlon bike course, with the finish line in sight, our client was struck broad side by a motorist who just could not wait… The Eagleman Half Iron Man Triathlon has competitors from all over the world and is one of the top races

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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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