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Cycling Without Hands On the Handlebars

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Anyone who has ever seen attorney Doug Landau racing on his bicycle knows that he always has at least one hand on the handlebars. Unless he is about to dismount into transition, he also has both feet on the pedals. He does this for safety, control of the bike, and because he doesn’t believe in

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Bike Helmets Should Be Mandatory

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With the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recommending in November that all 50 states, in addition to the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, require every single bicycle rider to wear a helmet, the Abrams Landau bike injury law team believe that this should become the uniform law throughout the country. Currently, we have boxes

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Landau Observations: Buckets on Bikes?!

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Emerging from a difficult interval class at the Green Lizard, attorney Doug Landau spied a trio of evening cyclists on the W&OD Trail in downtown Herndon, Virginia. Instead of the usual soft cloth saddle bags, this group had hard plastic buckets strapped to their touring bicycles! While not the most aerodynamic design, these devices keep

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How to Prove Your Unwitnessed Bike Accident Case with Invisible Electronic Witnesses

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Attorney Doug Landau’s successful bike injury case story was published again! It was first featured in Virginia Lawyer’s Weekly and is also in this month’s Spokes Magazine. You can read the article here Spokes_August2017 or download a free copy of the whole magazine here (look for the August 2017 issue) to see just how the Abrams Landau law team helped our cyclist client

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