July 2020

Celebrating National Parks & Recreation Month in North Carolina

people-hiking-in-forest July 29th, 2020

Did you know that July is National Parks and Recreation Month? In North Carolina, we are fortunate to have a wealth of wonderful state and local parks where we can relax, enjoy nature, and get some fresh air and sunshine. Attorney David Daggett, an avid triathlete and multiple-time Ironman, highly recommends Pilot Mountain and Hanging…

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How Can You Drive Safely Around Tractor Trailers?

car-and-truck-on-highway July 22nd, 2020

There’s no doubt that driving any automotive vehicle can be dangerous. But when involved in an accident, some vehicles can prove more dangerous than others. The damage that can be caused by a tractor-trailer far exceeds that of a car. At 80,000 pounds, an average tractor-trailer weighs about 20 times more than an average car….

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Sharing the Road with Cars: What Motorcyclists Need to Know

motorcycle-glove-on-handlebar July 15th, 2020

Riding a motorcycle can be a joyful, exhilarating experience. Unfortunately however, it can also be a dangerous one. According to the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT), while motorcycles account for just two percent of all registered vehicles, they also represent about 10 percent of all state fatalities on the road. This is often due…

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Beat the Heat Virtual 5K on Triad Today

David-Daggett-Er-Ralston-Griff-Shuler-Jim-Longworth July 8th, 2020

On Saturday, July 4th, attorneys David Daggett and Griff Shuler of Daggett Shuler Law appeared on Triad Today with special guest Er Ralston, Race Director for the upcoming Beat the Heat 5K and Vice-President of the Twin City Track Club.  Watch the segment: Mr. Ralson spoke about the Beat the Heat 5K, which is going virtual…

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Pain After a Car Accident: When It’s Time to Worry

woman-with-neck-pain July 1st, 2020

Finding yourself involved in a car accident can be extremely shocking. Despite damage to the vehicles involved, some people are fortunate enough to leave the scene of the accident feeling relatively unscathed. Unfortunately, what many people don’t know is that it is possible to experience delayed pain, which can further develop into something more serious….

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