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Daggett Shuler 2019 Backpack Program Featured on Triad Today

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

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 deliver 50 backpacks filled with school supplies to 5 Forsyth County elementary schools: Brunson Elementary, Bolton Elementary, Moore Elementary, South Fork Elementary, and Whitaker Elementary. The backpacks are then distributed by school administrators to needy students in order to give them a great start to the school year.

Chief of Police Catrina Thompson spoke about how the program helps less-fortunate children to be successful in school, which in turn allows them to grow up to be positive members of the Triad community. By providing equal footing for these kids, the program eases inequality and helps them succeed academically.

As always, the team at Daggett Shuler Law is proud to help support efforts to do good in our local area. Our firm is heavily involved in the Triad community. We believe in setting an example and supporting those working to improve the quality and health of our communities.

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I would like to take a minute to express my gratitude to the the staff at Daggett Shuler and in particular Cindy Cosgrove. I am not the easiest person in the world to get along with at times, but she was given a gift from above in how to handle people in need of an attitude adjustment. I think she missed her calling, because she would have made a great therapist. She walked me through every step of the complete procedure, and she and Griff Shuler made sure my settlement was both fair and done in a timely manner. When I first spoke to Mr. Shuler I made it perfectly clear that I didn’t even want to go on workers compensation to begin with. I began to understand rather quickly that this is a business, and unfortunately the attorneys for the insurance company make you feel like you’re just a number. I was fortunate to have the team from Daggett Shuler prepare me for what lay ahead, as it was quite a shock. I would recommend Griff to anyone who is looking to be treated with respect, while keeping their dignity intact. As for Cindy Cosgrove, I consider her to be a friend, therapist, financial advisor, and an all around gift from heaven. Thank you all again for your help as well as patience for putting up with me.

W. Scott Worthington