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Loudoun County Parkway Bike Crash Derails Lawyer Landau’s Effort to Salvage 2020 Multi-Sport Season

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While COVID caused the cancellation of nearly everything, including events the Abrams Landau law team was sponsoring in 2020, there were some rays of hope. Lawyer Landau was about to salvage the season in October. Maryland and New York City were opening up for small, controlled events. So, while all the races he helps sponsor, Nationals &

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Herniated or "slipped disc" or "disc protrusion" revealed by MRI

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Clients of ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd. are often confused by the various terms used by health care providers for what is essentially the same condition. A “Herniated Disc,” “Disc Protrusion”, “Extrusion,” “Disc Prolapse” or “Slipped Disc” all essentially mean the same thing. Doctors use these terms to explain the fact that some of the material inside

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Running after back surgery

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Many of the clients of ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd., have had successful back surgery. Herniated discs in the lumbar spine can cause disability, pain and loss of function. However, advances in medical science and surgical techniques have lead to shorter recuperation times and smaller scars. Clients of the Herndon Reston area injury and disability law firm

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Landau to race again at George Mason University in "Friends of the Orphans' 2nd Annual Fiesta 5K Fun Run / Walk"

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On Sunday, October 05, 2008, at 08:00 AM TriathlonTrialLawyer Doug Landau will race at George Mason University, in the “Friends of the Orphans” 5km. The race will start and finish on Mason Pond Drive near the Center for the Arts Concert Hall, covering the Patriot’s Circle course. This event will also be timed by Pacers

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Reston Century Bike Ride

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Sunday, August 24, I again participated in the Reston Bike Club’s Annual Century Ride. While we did not do the 100 mile plus route, we did complete over 55 miles on the roads and paths of Loudoun and Fairfax counties. My wife, Dennis Green, and Dr. Thomas Fleeter enjoyed the gorgeous day, well-stocked rest stops,

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