Daggett Shuler Partners Griff Shuler and David Daggett Named 2021 North Carolina Super Lawyers

David-Daggett-and-Griff-Shuler January 14th, 2021

Daggett Shuler is delighted to announce that both Griff Shuler and David Daggett have been named to the 2021 North Carolina Super Lawyers list. Every year, no more than five percent of practicing lawyers in each state are selected to receive this highly prestigious honor. About Griff Shuler, Executive Partner Griff Shuler is a passionate…

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Spotlight with David Daggett: Pandemic Principles

Attorney-David-Daggett January 7th, 2021

It is a new year and even during the pandemic, a new year is always rife with opportunity! I don’t know much, but I do know that when life gives you lemons, you must make lemonade! We are so fortunate that during these crazy times, we have been able to adapt and thrive. I have…

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Serving the Triad: Community Service on Triad Today

Discussing-community-service-on-Triad-Today December 29th, 2020

On Saturday, December 28th, attorneys David Daggett and Griff Shuler of Daggett Shuler Law appeared on Triad Today to highlight just a few of the people who have served the Triad community in big ways this year. Watch the segment: Helping those in need and helping our neighbors is a large part of Daggett Shuler’s mission….

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No Humbug on Safety: Santa’s Workplace Hazards

Santa-in-the-workplace December 15th, 2020

With Santa’s crew preparing for the big night ahead, it’s essential to take all necessary precautions to ensure a safe and non-hazardous journey. Although the North Pole might be one of the safest workplaces in the world, the attorneys at Daggett Shuler thought we’d help out Santa’s Health & Safety team by putting together a…

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Shopping for Kids? Avoid These Dangerous Toys

child-with-toy December 7th, 2020

According to World Against Toys Causing Harm (WATCH) statistics, around 240,000 children each year are injured due to playing with an unsafe toy. Additionally, the organization states that, on average, a child is brought to the emergency room every three minutes due to an injury sustained while playing with a toy. Although intended for entertainment,…

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Spotlight with David Daggett: Hunger in the Triad

2020-Daggett-Shuler-Food-Drive December 4th, 2020

When I am out speaking in the community and helping promote organizations like the We Care House at St. Peter’s Church, H.O.P.E. (Help Our People Eat), the Second Harvest Food Bank, and other similar organizations, members of our community seem to be amazed at the hunger and food insecurity right here in our community.  It…

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Driving Tips for Newly Licensed Drivers and Teens

teen-driver-getting-lesson November 30th, 2020

When it comes to driving, you can never be too safe. Our guide provides vital information for new teen drivers to consider before they consider hitting the road. Understand the Risks Learning how to drive is an exhilarating experience for teenagers. Still, it’s imperative to know the hazards you now face behind the wheel. Critical…

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Food Insecurity: How You Can Help on Triad Today

November-2020-Triad-Today-Panelists November 24th, 2020

On Saturday, November 21st, attorneys David Daggett and Griff Shuler of Daggett Shuler Law appeared on Triad Today to discuss food insecurity in the Triad, and how people can help combat this very serious issue. Eric Aft, CEO of Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina, was their guest.  Watch the segment: Hunger and food…

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Spotlight with David Daggett: Life Insurance Policies

person-holding-life-insurance-policy November 19th, 2020

At one time or another, I am betting that you have been told that you need life insurance. This is especially true for parents who need life insurance money to take care of their children in the untimely event of a parent’s death. Many people purchase life insurance to cover their own end of life…

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Guide to Wrongful Death Claims in North Carolina

elderly-person-holding-hands November 12th, 2020

In this blog, we’ll explore critical sections of North Carolina law related to wrongful death lawsuits. Keep reading to learn about wrongful death claims: what they are, who can sue, and what damages are recoverable. What Is Wrongful Death Defined As? North Carolina Statutes section 28A-18-2 defines wrongful death as “a wrongful act, neglect, or…

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