Tag Archives: Sports & Medicine

How to Choose a Sports Medicine Doctor

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TriathlonTrialLawyer Doug Landau suggests there are several indicators to look for when selecting a Sports Medicine specialist. Sports medicine is not a certified medical specialty. You will not find a “Board Certified Sports Medicine Doctor” or “Board Certified Team Physician.” However doctors who have completed a CAQ (Certificate of Advanced Educational Specialization) are recognized by

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Hall Of Fame – Not just for Athletes

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Doug Landau recently went to the headquarters in Washington, D.C. of the American Association for Justice (formerly the “Association of Trial Lawyers of America” or “ATLA”). The Herndon Reston area injury lawyer took part in an Executive Council meeting of the Disability, Social Security and Health Law Section. As noted in a prior post, his

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Every 4 years, Free, Fun and Fast ! The Leap Year Dash !

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On Friday, February 29th, 2008, join the DCRRC at 12:00 noon for their Quaddrenniel “Leap Year 3km.” This FREE, FUN and FAST (just under 2 miles) event presents the rare opportunity to set an age group, gender, Clydesdale or other record that cannot be broken for years ! That’s right, just like the monthly noontime

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101st Millrose Games at Madison Square Garden

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Ever one for tradition, Doug Landau re-instituted his family’s tradition of attending the Millrose Games at Madison Square Garden in New York City at last years 100th anniversary. He returned, with family members from New York and New Jersey in tow, again this year. Hall of Fame Trial Lawyer Norman Landau had taken the family

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Motorist struck by triathlete wins verdict for "Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress"

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The recent verdict from Montgomery County, Virginia underscores what Herndon lawyer Doug Landau has been emphasizing for years: that contrary to what many injured athletes think, the amount of medical bills and lost wages are not subject to some “formula” to calculate settlement or likely verdict outcomes. In the Blacksburg Virginia Triathlon case, a bicyclist

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Sports Medicine – Athletes' Cramps examined at The Madeira School Science Fair

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Have you ever gotten “cramps” while swimming, running or racing in a triathlon ? TheAthletesLawyer has “cramped up” in championship DUathlons and during Masters Swim practice. In Doug Landau’s continuing interest in Sports Medicine he serves as a judge at The Madeira School’s annual Science Fair. Each February, the TriathlonTrialLawyer takes part in this inspiring

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