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DC Trial Lawyers Donate 400 Free Helmets at Cyclefest

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The Executive Director of the DC Trial Lawyers, Mary Zambri, forwarded me the following “thank you” note from the Children’s National Medical Center Child Advocacy Institute after another successful free bicycle helmet distribution: On behalf of Children’s National and the National Children’s Museum, I would like to take the opportunity to extend a great big

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With a stroke, time lost is brain lost

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This was the crux of a notice Loudoun, Fairfax and Leesburg brain injury lawyer Doug Landau received in Charlottesville while preparing for the appeal of a brain injury case. The Stroke Association wants people to know that strokes are the #3 killer in this country, yet many people don’t even know what they are. They

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BMW strikes biker in bike lane – Clarendon Boulevard Arlington crash results in request for assistance from Virginia bicycle accident lawyer Doug Landau

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While riding his bicycle eastbound on Clarendon Boulevard, just past the intersection with Edgewood Street, another innocent biker was struck by a careless motorist today. The cyclist was in the designated bicycle lane, as was the case with our client who was injured by a taxi turning into the Starbucks. See post. In the area

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Hockey eye injuries; pucks, sticks, elbows

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When a friend showed up at the offices of ABRAMS LANDAU after an adult ice hockey match with a fractured orbit and impressive shiner, Ashburn and Reston sports injury lawyer Doug Landau looked into the injury, frequency and steps to prevent such head and facial trauma. Orbital blowout fractures are cracks or breaks in the

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Goblin Gallop features fast Masters

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The Annual Goblin Gallop at Fairfax Corner feature a fast field, with Masters road runners showing late season running speed in this popular race.  Linda Foley, Steve Robinson and Neal Reimenschneider  (shown here with Herndon injury lawyer Doug Landau).  Reimenschneider was the co-director of the hugely popular Winchester Triathlon and he still puts on and

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Herndon CompuTraining – Your bike, Your Speed, Your Winter Training !

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Opening November 9th HPC Computrainer classes in “downtown” Herndon. HPC’s Pierre Pelletier and Susan Hefler will be offering the VO2 testing, Bike fitting, Bodywork, and the Computrainer classes. Once HPC (“Hefler Performance Training“) gets up and rolling, they will also offer Time Trial Competition, strength and conditioning classes, and yoga. They are making the pink

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Landau wins Playa del Rey Mile Sand Sprint race after competing in Aquathon

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Training barefoot has its advantages. In addition to “toughening” one’s feet, Doug Landau feels that running without fancy, padded sneakers allows athletes to strengthen the small muscles and tendons of the feet and ankles. Some sports scientists even liken Americans’ wearing of shoes from infancy to having their feet “casted,” leading to disuse of these

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