Pedestrian Safety

5 Critical Steps to Take After a Pedestrian Accident

people using a crosswalk

Car crashes can be extremely dangerous, especially when a pedestrian is involved. Whether jogging on the side of the road, crossing the street, or simply standing on the sidewalk, being hit by a car or SUV can cause not only severe physical and emotional damage, but also often be financially overwhelming. In fact, according to…

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Halloween Safety: Avoiding the Real Scares

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Halloween is a fun time for kids both young and old. For parents, however, it can also bring its own unique set of concerns. With this in mind, Daggett Shuler offers a few insightful facts and useful tips to keep everyone safe this Halloween. Safety Facts According to Injury Facts—a statistical report published by the…

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A New School Year is Fast Approaching, Talk to Your Kids about School Bus Safety

With a new school year just around the corner, now is a good time to start a conversation with your children about school bus safety. When a school bus comes to a stop and turns on its flashing red stop lights, all drivers must come to a complete stop and wait for all children to…

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Forsyth County School Crossing Guard Injured After Being Struck by Hit-and-Run Driver

A Forsyth County school crossing guard was injured after being hit by a car that fled the scene of the accident. This accident occurred at around 3pm on Monday 11/23, just as South Fork Elementary school in Winston-Salem was dismissing its students for the afternoon. According to witnesses, the school crossing guard was at her…

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Follow These Helpful Halloween Safety Tips from Daggett Shuler Law

Halloween is just around the corner, and children and families all over the Piedmont Triad are preparing their scariest decorations and costumes. Unfortunately, statistics show that Halloween is one of the most dangerous times of the year for young pedestrians. According to the Center for Disease Control, children are more than twice as likely to…

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