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Team Tri Performance Trifecta

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While managing to chase down racers through the transition areas, bike course and running paths, Herndon injury lawyer Doug Landau was not able to catch three Team Tri Performance members at the Infinitive Sprint Triathlon at Broadlands today. Race Director Brian Crow once again put on a quality event, which included the Broadlands 50 meter

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REI Dangerous Bike Recall – Novara Fusion Bicycles

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As a customer who gets a “dividend” each year from REI, sports injury lawyer Doug Landau was impressed the the Recreational Equipment company’s voluntary recall of its Novara Fusion Bicycles. In an age when many recreational product makers and sports product suppliers deny, obfuscate and/or pass the buck, REI’s act is commendable. Landau, of the

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Law Enforcement and Bikers ID

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Would the cops really frisk a cyclist in spandex ? This is not as off-the-wall question as it may seem. After representing several bikers picked up by local police for violations of state law, I was asked could they have gotten tickets (and potentially points on their Division of Motor Vehicles record) if they did

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Veterans Day Racing and Rememberance in Washington, D.C.

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Less than a week after his interview in by the New York Times, injured athletes’ lawyer Doug Landau appeared in the sports pages of The Washington Post. Competing in the Veterans Day Tidal Basin Presidential Fitness Runs at West Potomac Park in the District of Columbia, Landau enjoyed the warm November weather and fast racing

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Exercise after brain injury

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Injuries to the brain and spine do not necessarily mean the end of exercise and sports. While brain injury can be a life changing event, advances in sports medicine and rehabilitation have enabled bike crash and car accident victims to remain more active than in the past. It is important to remain upbeat, active and

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Mountain bike safety and scenery

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Owning a mountain bike does not mean you have to go tearing down mountains, slaloming between trees, jumping roots and avoiding protruding rocks. Bike injury lawyer Doug Landau uses his off road bike for commuting to work in good weather, pulling buggers, “trail-a-bikes” and touring in the off season. Mrs. Landau likes her mountain bike

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