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Motor vehicle strikes state college tennis player in Virginia Tech campus crosswalk, part 1

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We have been fortunate at Abrams Landau to represent some truly remarkable and inspiring individuals. For the Atheletes Lawyer Doug Landau, this was such a case… The plaintiff was a student at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia. She was walking in the pedestrian crosswalk when, without warning, the defendant slammed into her, hurling her through

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United States Masters Swimming publishes the Abrams Landau "Speedo 6" case

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Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau was again published in the December, 2007 Newsletter of the USMS Potomac Valley Masters Swimming Newsletter. http://www.pvmasters.org/~newsletter/Dec-07/Dec07.htm The Newsletter of the Potomac Valley Masters (the Regional Governing body for the United States Masters Swimming or “USMS”), is called “The Swimmers Ear.” Landau, who had previously written about the United States

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Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau Successfully Mediates Bike Crash Case in North Carolina, part 4

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Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau successfully mediated this college professor’s bike crash case in North Carolina. In prior posts, the facts of this bicycle accident and the cyclist’s injuries were described. Bicycle crash victims and other plaintiffs in negligence cases find that mediation can result in a fair result without the time and money expenditures

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Damages in Bicycle tourist North Carolina Bike Crash Case

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III. Damages The cyclist sustained multiple injuries. The bike-riding professor also had a loss of consciousness when struck by the defendant who was traveling 45 m.p.h. or more. This crash caused the following problems for the injured bicycle rider: a. Post-concussive syndrome and closed head injury; b. Posterior neck pain and a central herniated cervical

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