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High School Track & Cheerleader gets punitive damages verdict in head-on crash with drunk driver; award for AGGRAVATION of pre-existing condition

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Leesburg and Loudoun County injury lawyer Doug Landau is often asked if an injured victim can bring a lawsuit against a negligent driver, product maker, dog owner or property manager for making a pre-existing condition or underlying disease worse. The short answer, according to the trial team at ABRAMS LANDAU, is “yes.” Doug Landau adds

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Motorist strikes cyclist, breaking wrist, thumb, clavicle; $225,000 settlement with 2 insurance companies

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Leesburg and Reston crash injury lawyer Doug Landau was recently asked if the negligent driver’s insurance is not enough, can the injured cyclist collect additional money from her own insurance company ? The short answer is, “yes.” In addition, the ABRAMS LANDAU trial lawyer has seen such cases where the injured cyclist’s insurance company pays

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12-year-old bicyclist struck in intersection, has brain injury, broken teeth and facial lacerations from crash, settles case.

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The plaintiff, a 12-year-old boy, was riding his bicycle on December 27, 2006, when he was struck at the intersection of Old Nuckols Road and Nuckols Road in Henrico County by a minivan. The plaintiff was initially hospitalized at VCU Medical Center and was later transferred to Children’s Hospital in Norfolk for rehabilitation. As a

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