August 2019

Tips for Keeping Safe This Labor Day Weekend

picnic August 29th, 2019

It’s hard to believe that the end of summer is already upon us. And while it can be sad to see the warm weather go, Labor Day allows us one last opportunity to get our summer fun in. Here are some tips for staying safe while having fun this Labor Day weekend. Fireworks  A sure…

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Florida Workers’ Comp Case Goes to State Supreme Court

work injury claim form August 27th, 2019

A recent Florida case filed against the Broward County School Board and Broward’s Riverland Elementary School regarding workers’ compensation benefits is being heard by the state Supreme Court. Workers’ compensation provides employees with injuries obtained while on the job. It saves them the time and money necessary for going through the civil court system and…

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Daggett Shuler 2019 Backpack Program Featured on Triad Today

Winston-Salem Police Chief Catrina Thompson and Attorney David Daggett August 14th, 2019

Last weekend, Attorney David Daggett of Daggett Shuler, Attorneys at Law, and Winston-Salem Police Chief Catrina Thompson were featured guests on the Triad Today program. They discussed the 5th annual Daggett Shuler Backpack Program with host Jim Longworth. Watch the segment: With the assistance of the Winston-Salem Police Department, attorneys from Daggett Shuler will personally…

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Daggett Shuler’s Backpack Program to Be Discussed on Triad Today

August 2019 Triad Today panel August 8th, 2019

On Saturday, August 10th, David Daggett will appear on Triad Today to discuss the Daggett Shuler, Attorneys at Law’s 2019 Backpack Program. Winston-Salem Police Chief Catrina Thompson will be David’s guest. The Triad Today program airs on WXLV ABC45 and WMYV My48.   For the fifth year in a row, Daggett Shuler, in conjunction with the Winston-Salem Police Department, will…

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Tips for Back-to-School Safety

kids in a classroom August 5th, 2019

It’s hard to believe, but it’s just about that time again – summer is coming to an end. This can only mean one thing: school starts soon. But while parents may be rejoicing, there are certain things to know for keeping your children safe this school year. Here are tips for three different areas of…

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Social Security Disability Celebrates 63rd Anniversary

approved paperwork August 1st, 2019

Before 1930, state-sponsored insurance against job-related injuries, sickness, unemployment, and injury was common in Europe. This was followed by U.S. Progressive Era social scientists and social workers advocating for the same insurance for the American people. This led to the creation of the Social Security Act (SSA). Not long after that, many U.S. political figures…

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