November 2018

David Daggett Discusses 35th Annual YMCA Mistletoe 5K to Fight Childhood Obesity on Triad Today

David Daggett Triad Today November 26th, 2018

Attorneys David Daggett and Griff Shuler of Daggett Shuler Law recently visited Triad Today to discuss efforts made to combat child obesity with host Jim Longworth. Their special guest was Erin Craver, Executive Director of the YMCA of Kernersville and Race Director for the YMCA Mistletoe 5K. Watch the clip: The Growing Epidemic of Childhood…

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Resources for National Veterans & Military Families Month

book-veteran benefits November 19th, 2018

As November is National Veterans and Military Families Month, Daggett Shuler Law thanks all our Veterans and their Families for their service to our nation. The sacrifices that you continue to make are deeply appreciated by everyone here at Daggett Shuler. In light of National Veterans and Military Families Month, let’s examine some of the…

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David Daggett to Visit Triad Today to Promote 35th Annual YMCA Mistletoe 5K

David Daggett on Triad Today November 15th, 2018

On November 17th, attorney David Daggett of Daggett Shuler Law will appear on Triad Today to promote the 35th-Annual YMCA Mistletoe 5K—benefiting the YMCA of Northwest North Carolina. His guest will be race director Erin Craver. David will be announcing the race, as he has done for many years. Details are available here. About the…

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Stay Alert: Drowsy Driving Prevention Week® is Here

tired driver November 5th, 2018

On November 4th, Daylight Savings Time comes to an end in the U.S. At 2:00 a.m., clocks across most of the country will turn back one hour. For many, adjusting to the new time is difficult. Effects on the body include sleep loss and tiredness similar to jet lag. Fittingly, the end of Daylight Savings Time…

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Understanding the Facts Surrounding Long-Term Care

Elderly man and companion November 2nd, 2018

With November being designated as Long-Term Care Awareness Month, Daggett Shuler Law examines the needs of those requiring extended care services—and family members who provide it. The Facts Surrounding Long-Term Care Approximately 70% of Americans over 65 will require long-term care—often for assistance with basic needs such as bathing, feeding, or dressing. While institutional long-term…

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