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Landau RUNS the bike rather than riding !

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When you’re competing at the national championship level, every second counts. In order to be one of the fastest multi-sport athletes, Herndon injury lawyer Doug Landau practices dismounting from his bike and immediately running at top speed. The Triathlon Trial Lawyer also practices getting in and out of his bike shoes, which are attached to

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Landau rings the bell for biker safety

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Instead of riding with the Reston Bike Club tonight, Doug Landau went, cowbell and bicycle helmets in hand, to speak to the assembled cyclists about safety, crashes, speeding, stopping and avoiding peleton accidents and car crashes. Landau showed the bikers smashed helmets from cases he has won on behalf of injured cyclists and asked them

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iPod Jogger killed by plane

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As one who enjoys running barefoot on the beach, and who listens to an iPod when running off the roads, sports injury lawyer Doug Landau was taken aback by the news reports of the death of a runner in Hilton Head, South Carolina. Apparently the ipod jogger was running along the beach with his iPod

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Tapering is hard to do

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Reston Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau is often asked, “How are you able to train consistently and push yourself so hard so as to compete in State, Regional and National competitions ?” The harder task for the sports injury and disability lawyer is “tapering” before a major biking, running and/or swimming race. “Tapering” means reducing

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Kids get in to the act at the National Duathlon Festival

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While the National Duathlon Festival will feature top competitors from all over the country vying for a spot on the US World Championship Team, there were many other races offered during the weekend of racing in Richmond. Rather than watching highly paid professional athletes perform, Herndon & Reston area lawyer Doug Landau would rather watch

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Pictures can show the danger, but not always notice

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There are TWO important parts to every Virginia case where a PLACE causes a runner’s, biker’s or walkers injuries. First, the injured party must show that there is a defective or dangerous condition on the property that caused the harm, AND Second, the property owner or operator must have had notice of the danger or

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Injured athletes need to raise a "racket" for accurate medical records

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Having represented injured athletes throughout the Virginia, Maryland and Metropolitan DC region, sports injury lawyer Doug Landau has seen stoic sportsmen and sportswomen under-report their injuries and limitations to their treating doctors. Unfortunately, “putting on a brave face” to the health care providers may lead to an inaccurate medical history and a discounting of the

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You cannot have FOUR hands steering the handlebars – or two lawyers on the same case

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Recently, Ashburn and Herndon area injury lawyer Doug Landau has been contacted by injured bikers who already have a lawyer. Some are dissatisfied with their current lawyer’s work. Others cannot reach their current attorney. And still other cyclists are confused and do not understand the legal process or their present legal counsel’s instructions. When A-V

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