October 2017

David Daggett, Griff Shuler and Sgt. Todd Collins of the Winston-Salem Police Department Discuss New Bike Laws on Triad Today!

October 23rd, 2017

Watch David Daggett and Griff Shuler on Triad Today alongside Sergeant Todd Collins to discuss biking laws in North Carolina. Sergeant Todd Collins discusses some key points from David’s eBook explaining the 4-foot rule, which is the amount of clearance a motorist has to give bicyclists when passing in a passing zone. Learn about visibility…

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Learn About New Bicycle Safety Laws on Triad Today this Weekend!

October 20th, 2017

In an effort to educate bikers and drivers about bicycle laws David Daggett has written a short, easy to read eBook on Bicycle Safety Laws. The eBook goes over the rights and the responsibilities of bicyclists on the road. Daggett said, “Most people do not know all of the bike laws and motorists do not…

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Have a Safe & Happy Halloween from Daggett Shuler Law

October 19th, 2017

Halloween is right around the corner, and children and families throughout North Carolina are preparing their costumes and decorating their homes for a frightful, fun night. Even though Halloween is an exciting holiday for children and families to enjoy, there are important safety tips that you should discuss with your children. At Daggett Shuler Law we want everyone to…

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What Are The 12 Most Distracting Cars on the Road?

October 18th, 2017

It’s no secret that today’s automobiles come fully equipped for a digital experience like no other. With so much emphasis on the dangers of distracted driving, it’s hard to understand why automakers are consistently designing cars that aid in the distraction rather than avoiding it. Equipped with “infotainment” consoles, the latest cars to come off…

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David Daggett Awarded “Buddy of the Year,” Highest Honor Given by the Piedmont Down Syndrome Support Network

October 6th, 2017

Daggett Shuler, Attorneys at Law is pleased to announce that managing partner David Daggett has been given the “Buddy of the Year” award by the Piedmont Down Syndrome Support Network at their annual Buddy Walk at West Forsyth High School. The “Buddy of the Year” award is one of the highest honors that the Piedmont…

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