October 2014

David Daggett Speaks on Parental Right Laws and Child Abuse

October 23rd, 2014

Frank Mickens: All right. A whole lot involved in cases like this. The law on parental rights, the rights of the child. So okay, when is discipline now child abuse? I have some experts here, Susan Spidell, Director of Family Support Services with Family Service of The Piedmont, and attorney David Daggett, with Daggett and Shuler Law. All right. So Sue, let’s start with you….

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Daggett Shuler Helps Two Local High Schools with Celebrate My Drive Initiative

October 15th, 2014

Daggett Shuler is pleased to announce our partnership with local State Farm Agent, Donna Jones to help two local high schools through the Celebrate My Drive program. Atkins Academic and Technology High School and Mount Tabor High School, both of Winston-Salem, are participating in the Celebrate My Drive program, and are competing against schools of their size across the nation for a chance to win…

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Defective Guardrails Can Cause Severe Injuries

October 14th, 2014

Driving down the highway at fast speeds can be dangerous. There is some comfort in the fact that there are guardrails lining the roads. Guardrails are put in place to protect us from severe injury in case of an accident. But what happens if a guardrail does not perform properly and may be a defective product? When struck, Guardrails help to protect drivers from severe…

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Construction Accidents Cause Injury and Claim Lives

October 8th, 2014

Construction accidents happen often, and workers need to be as careful and as aware of potential dangers as possible. Many construction sites include highways, streets and large work areas that involve a lot of movement, traffic and equipment. The North Carolina Highway Patrol recently shut down Interstate 40 for hours after a construction worker was killed when a pick-up truck suddenly veered out of his…

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