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Cervélo Bike Recall

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A recall notice for Cervélo bikes caught the eye of Virginia athletes lawyer Doug Landau because, an avid cyclist himself, he rides Cervélo!  In fact, in the Washington Post’s “Washington DC & Baltimore’s TOP RATED LAWYERS,” Landau is depicted in front of the “Herndon Law Shop” with his trusted Cervelo P3 Carbon triathlon racing bike.

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West Marine Folding Bike Recall

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Approximately 4,600 folding bikes sold at West Marine stores, online, and in the West Marine catalog between March 2010 and July 2013 have been recalled.  The frame can break, causing injury to the rider. The recall involves two models designed for use in and around docks and marinas: Jetty Express 2 – has a blue

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Scuba Hose Recall — Drowning Hazard

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Scuba divers count on having well-functioning equipment.  With a sport like diving, faulty gear can be a matter of life and death — literally. Suunto has recalled its high-pressure air hoses because they may have a leak or rupture, which can lead to lack of air and drowning. The hoses were sold between November 2012

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Hydraulic Bicycle Brakes Recalled Due to Crash and Injury Hazards

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Properly operating brakes are critical to the safe operation of a bicycle.  That is why Virginia bike accident attorney Doug Landau took note when reading about the recall of hundreds of after-market and original equipment hydraulic bicycle brakes. The after-market brakes were sold at specialty bicycle retailers nationwide from May 2013 to December 2013 for

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Bicycle safety – Important Product Recall

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Herndon attorney Doug Landau, of Abrams Landau Ltd., is an avid cyclist.  As such, Doug enjoys reading up on the latest biking news.  Recently, Doug came across a feature on folding bikes.  While a folding frame may offer its owner convenience, only cycles meant to fold should collapse easily.  Recent reports of bike frames that

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Injuries caused by dangerous and defective sports products find tough going in Virginia and North Carolina courts

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The neighboring states of Virginia and North Carolina are very business friendly, especially when it comes to products liability laws. Both Virginia and North Carolina still cling to the outdated notion of pure contributory negligence. In other words, any fault that may have contributed to the happening of the accident, is fatal to the injured

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