Tag Archives: Triathletes

"Awakening" at Hains Point no longer

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The sculpture “The Awakening,” a fixture on the end of Hains Point in Washington, D.C. is there no longer. This artwork, now featured in running ads, was of a giant’s head, legs and arms emerging from the ground. Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau rememberes when the Potomac RIver flooded, the giant looked like he was

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Manassas School's Parent Teacher Organization to benefit from Shamrock Run; TriathlonTrialLawyer Doug Landau to use race as a "brick workout"

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On Saturday, March 8th, Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau will again participate in the 9th Annual Shamrock 5k Run & 1 mile fun run/walk. This year, In the past, he has taken part in the early morning Masters Swim practices at the George Mason University Freedom Fitness facility nearby, and made his own “aquathlon” with

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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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Triathlon Trial Lawyer meets founder of "SportsLegalForms"

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Doug Landau of Abrams Landau, Ltd. had the opportunity to meet with Nicolas Jafarieh of the Jafarieh Law Group this week. Attorney Jafarieh founded “SportsLegalForms” the nation’s first and leading provider of legal forms for sports and activity professionals, and the active individual. All of their forms are carefully drafted, reviewed and regularly updated by

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Doctrine of contributory negligence prevents Virginia bike crash victims from recovering for their damages in Court

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Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau is often contacted by injured Virginians who want to bring a claim against the person who caused the accident. While the injured cyclist may have significant injuries and the motorist or trucker who caused their brain injury and disability may have a terrible driving record, the case can be dismissed

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VTLA Annual Meeting – "Work Hard, Play Hard…"

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The Annual Meeting of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association (“VTLA”) takes place at the end of March. While The Athletes Lawyers spends most of his time there at lectures, meetings, moderating programs and conferring with co-counsel, Doug Landau manages to sponsor a Tennis Tournament and participate in the “Fun Run” sponsored by his friend and

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Are there lawsuits between bicyclists for personal injuries ?

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While Triathlon Trial Lawyer Doug Landau has written about crashes and injuries caused by motorists, there are reported cases where the injury was due to a defective bicycle, improperly designed path and even a cyclist striking another rider, not in a peoloton ! The Athletes Lawyer found this report: “Bike path crash results in lawsuit,”

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Summer, 2007

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Reston Century August, 2007 The Landaus and Washington Redskins Senior Vice President, Dennis Green. This incredibly strong athlete has been known to hit heart rates north of 180 in spin classes !

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