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Bicycle Wheel Malfunction

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We recently read an article published on the American Association for Justice website about an interesting case in the state of Washington. The details are as follows:  A man purchased a fully assembled bike at a store.  A few weeks later he took his first ride.  As he was pedaling downhill, the bike stopped suddenly

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Races – upcoming

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Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau’s listing of notable races 2008, 2009. The Athletes Lawyer has registered for, will attend or intends to do those events noted by an * Note that there are many excellent race calendars. What Doug Landau has here are races that are unique, “under the radar” or special because of: the

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Maryland Bicycle laws

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Doug Landau is set to participate in the 20th annual Sea Gull Century, named among the top 10 century rides in the nation by Bicycling magazine. The Ride Magazine has called the century “one of the prettiest big rides in America” and The Washington Post has named it “by far the most popular local century”

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After a bike crash, concussion or loss of consciousness, get your head checked out

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After a bike crash, concussion or loss of consciousness, many athletes feel that if they do not see blood, they are not injured. However, TheAthletesLawyer Doug Landau has advised several injured cyclists that they need to get checked out by specialists where: They have continuing headaches, They have nystagamous (darting eye movements) Dilated pupils, bruising,

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Bike Crash ? Head Injury ? No Blood does NOT mean No Injury

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The sports injury team at ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd. has been contacted by several cyclists who have been injured in early season rides by dogs, automobiles and defective bicycles. While fractured arms and legs are indicative of obvious injury, concussions and head trauma require a more sophisticated and subtle approach according to experienced personal injury trial

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