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How Much Will My Workers’ Compensation Case Cost?

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What are typical case costs in Worker’s Compensation claims? How are they paid? Will I be given advance notice? Does the insurance company have to pay my expenses? How about my attorneys fees? These are important questions that injured workers ask every day. While every Workers’ Compensation case is different, there are certain costs that

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Donating Bikes, Helmets and More to Phoenix Bikes

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Last month, attorney Doug Landau was not only able to visit local public elementary schools to donate bike helmets and Abrams Landau backpacks through Loudoun County’s Safe Routes to School Bike Donation Program, but he was also able to stop by Phoenix Bikes to drop off helmets, bags, a bike, bike parts and a check

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Unsafe Maintenance of Jet Ski Leads to $2 Million Settlement by Virginia Marine Repair Facility

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Having represented marinas and lake repair facilities, attorney Doug Landau was interested in the recent Trial magazine case report from the Richmond Circuit Court. While Landau was successful on behalf of marina clients in injury and disability claims, the defendant marine repair facility was not so fortunate in this March 20, 2020 case. The facts

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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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Loudoun County Parkway Bike Crash Derails Lawyer Landau’s Effort to Salvage 2020 Multi-Sport Season

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While COVID caused the cancellation of nearly everything, including events the Abrams Landau law team was sponsoring in 2020, there were some rays of hope. Lawyer Landau was about to salvage the season in October. Maryland and New York City were opening up for small, controlled events. So, while all the races he helps sponsor, Nationals &

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