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The cowardly acts of several so-called plaintiff's personal injury lawyers have really gotten Doug Landau, of the Herndon law firm ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd., peeved. Rather than discuss these lawyers' shortcomings, lawyer Landau will simply do what he has always done, share his calendar with those brave enough to come to court to pursue their rights and encourage those disabled victims to learn from him as he tries cases throughout the East Coast.

Recently, several disabled clients with Workers Compensation, Personal Injury and Social Security Disability cases from Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William Counties, Virginia came to see a contested case where the defense relied upon weeks of surveillance videotaping of lawyer Landau's disabled client. These courageous clients were able to learn many things that will help them focus on their own cases when their turn comes to go to court. All agreed that the experience was invaluable. More than just a "Court house tour," these meetings with Doug Landau AT THE COURT after an actual trial enable for a "Question and Answer" session while the case is still fresh in everyone's minds. Doug Landau wishes that all personal injury, workers compensation and Social Security Disability lawyers would encourage their clients to attend hearings and trials well in advance of their own "day in court." To that end, here are some upcoming dates:

Date Place Case, Race &/or Program

12/8/2011 Washington, D.C. Social Security Administration Disability program computer training for claimants' counsel
Trial Lawyers of Washington, D.C. ("TLA-DC") Annual Charity Fundraiser, the University Club, N.W.
12/9/2011 Loudoun County Circuit Court, Leesburg, Virginia, monitor Appeal by motorist convicted (in the General District Court) of attacking cyclists
12/11/2011 Washington, D.C., Freedom Plaza Jingle Bell 8km race, team competition, for Habitat for Humanity
12/15/2011 Fairfax Courthouse, monitor Traffic Court trial for several clients permanently injured in Northern Virginia car crash
1/09/2012 Virginia Workers Compensation Commission, no cost Mediation in Manassas for permanently disabled auto mechanic
1/17/2012 Fairfax, Virginia, Workers Compensation Commission Hearing, Prosperity Plaza, Hamaker Court
2/9-15/2012 American Association for Justice, (formerly the Association of Trial Lawyers of America) Winter Convention, Phoenix, AZ
3/30-4/2/2012 Virginia Trial Lawyers Association 42nd Annual Convention, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
4/16/2012 Spotsylvania, Virginia Workers Compensation Hearing before senior Deputy Commissioner (RSD or CRPS as a "compensable consequence")


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