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Energy Drinks – Just How Safe Are They?

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When you feel sluggish or need a boost before a race or heavy workout, do you reach for an energy drink?  Herndon Reston area lawyer Doug Landau says you may want to think twice!  The safety of such ergogonic aids has been questioned by medical experts, experienced sports coaches and the best safety lawyers in

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Take Me Out at the Ball Game ?!!?

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Does a spectator sitting in the grandstand hit by a ball at a baseball game stand a chance at a lawsuit? In the summer of 2010, a trip to the ball park for a Georgia man and his 6-year -old daughter turned disastrous.  According to an article in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, a “line drive sliced

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"Helmet a Day" Campaign Reaches Loudoun County

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After last year’s success in educating students about brain injury and giving out free bicycle helmets, a goal of 365 helmets was set for 2012.  The campaign was to be “a helmet a day” to protect school children from preventable head injury.  Setting goals and achieving them is a common occurrence at the Herndon law

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Virginia Triathlon Series ends in Bumpass

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Needing one more race to have the mandatory minimum number to qualify for the Virginia Triathlon Series (“VTS”) age group awards, Doug Landau had his heel taped up and travelled down to Boxley Cove in Bumpass, Virginia for the final event of the season.  The Giant Acorn Sprint Triathlon was held on a cold, rainy

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Watts Training for Ultimate Cycling Power

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“Training and Racing with a Power Meter” arrived at the Herndon law firm Abrams Landau, a gift from an Airbus executive from France. Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau had helped a friend get into one of the uber-challenging HPC CompuTrainer classes when the good French doctor was in town. Landau had been training with a

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Sledding Injury Causes Spinal Injuries and Paralysis

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As a kid, one of my favorite winter pastimes was sledding. My friends and I would go sledding whenever school was cancelled for a “snow day.” We would take the first several runs slowly, so as to familiarize ourselves with the day’s conditions. We would then walk up the hill, noting where there were “bare

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