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Less Traffic, but More Severe Collisions on NC Roads

Empty-Highway May 27th, 2020

Even as stay-at-home-orders start to ease in North Carolina, roadways remain lighter than normal. In fact, according to the North Carolina Department of Transportation, the volume of traffic on roadways has decreased by up to half across the state. But despite fewer cars on the road, the number of drivers driving at excessive speeds has…

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H.O.P.E. of Winston-Salem Featured on Triad Today

David Daggett, Scott Best, and Griff Shuler May 19th, 2020

On Saturday, May 16th , attorneys David Daggett and Griff Shuler of Daggett Shuler Law discussed hunger in the Triad with host Jim Longworth on Triad Today. Scott Best, the Executive Director of H.O.P.E. (Help Our People Eat) was their guest. Watch the segment:     The mission of H.O.P.E. is to provide nutritious meals to…

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5 Tips for Dealing with Insurance Adjusters After an Accident

Auto-Accident-Estimator May 12th, 2020

When you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident, it is likely that you will begin to receive phone calls from an insurance adjuster representing the other party. They will wish to discuss the accident with you. It is important that you understand just what to say and do. Know Who You’re Talking To…

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4 Important Questions to Ask When Hiring a Personal Injury Attorney

Couple-Consulting-With-Lawyer May 5th, 2020

When you’ve been injured in an accident, you may be overwhelmed. You want to take action but aren’t sure where to start. A qualified personal injury attorney can help you fight for the compensation that you deserve. But how do you know if your attorney is qualified? Here are some important questions that you should…

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April is Alcohol Awareness Month [infographic]

Alcohol-Awareness-Month-Thumbnail April 29th, 2020

Did you know that April is Alcohol Awareness Month? It’s a great time to reflect on the choices we make as adults, and the influence that those choices have on those that depend on us.  Unfortunately, underage drinking remains a problem. Teens are especially vulnerable during prom season, when peer pressure and other influences can…

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Safe Sober Prom Night Featured on Triad Today

Ainsley Wiliams, David Daggett, Griff Shuler, and Jim Longworth April 27th, 2020

On Saturday, April 25th, attorneys David Daggett and Griff Shuler of Daggett Shuler Law discussed the Safe Sober Prom Night program with host Jim Longworth on Triad Today. Ainsley Williams, a sophomore at Mt. Tabor High School and the winner of the SSPN 2020 T-Shirt Contest, was their guest. Watch the segment: Safe Sober Prom Night…

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Daggett Shuler Welcomes Attorney Michael Hummel to Firm

Attorney-Michael-Hummel April 8th, 2020

Daggett Shuler, Attorneys at Law is delighted to welcome attorney Michael Hummel to the firm. Originally from Winston-Salem, Michael even took the Safe Sober Prom Night pledge at Mount Tabor High School when he was a student. He is excited to return to the Triad! Michael is pleased to join Daggett Shuler and has a…

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COVID-19 Resources for North Carolina Residents

COVID-19 paperwork April 2nd, 2020

With the rapid spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), life as we have known it has been greatly impacted. This unprecedented pandemic has forced non-life-sustaining businesses to temporarily – or in some cases, permanently – close, and NC Governor Cooper has issued a statewide “Stay at Home” order, leaving millions without income to feed their families and…

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Mt. Tabor High School Sophomore, Ainsley Williams, Wins Safe Sober Prom Night T-Shirt Design Contest

David Daggett, Ainsley Williams, Barbara Trinh, and Griff Shuler March 19th, 2020

The Winston-Salem, North Carolina based nonprofit, Safe Sober Prom Night is pleased to announce that Ainsley Williams, a sophomore at Mt. Tabor High School, has won the Safe Sober Prom Night T-Shirt Design Contest for 2020. At a surprise presentation at her home, the winning design was unveiled. Ainsley was presented with the first shirt…

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Social Media and Your Injury or Disability Case: What to Know Before You Post

woman using mobile phone March 3rd, 2020

In an ever-expanding world, social media allows us to stay connected to others. Whether it’s to share pictures of our kids with family, learn about current events, or find others who share similar interests, sites like Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter can provide us with information we want or need quickly and easily. But while…

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