Daggett Shuler, Attorneys at Law, is pleased to announce that their newest attorney, James C. Cohn, was sworn into the North Carolina Courts on Tuesday, September 17th, 2019. The ceremony was held at the Forsyth County Hall of Justice with Superior Court Judge L. Todd Burke presiding. Among those who attended the ceremony were Attorney Cohn’s wife and four children, and a team of attorneys from Daggett Shuler, including David Daggett and Griff Shuler.
Attorney Cohn holds a Juris Doctor from the Wake Forest University School of Law (2010), as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Colorado (2005). He practices in workers’ compensation and personal injury cases. Previously practicing in Texas, he also has extensive experience representing wrongfully injured and disabled individuals. He has a passion to help people.
Of Attorney Cohn’s addition to the Daggett Shuler firm, Managing Partner David D. Daggett said: “We are so pleased and proud to add James to our legal team. He is a bright and talented lawyer who will continue our strong tradition of powerful legal representation for our clients.”
In addition to his legal work, Attorney Cohn is proud to be a part of and give back to the Triad community. He coaches his children’s sports teams, volunteers with local nonprofit organizations, and is an active member of his church, serving in the children’s ministry.
About Daggett Shuler
The personal injury and disability attorneys at Daggett Shuler are well regarded in the legal community. We serve as leaders in local bar associations in Winston-Salem & Greensboro, North Carolina, and national litigation groups. Many of our attorneys have been recognized with the highest ratings in Martindale-Hubbell and by such publications as Best Lawyers in America and Super Lawyers.
The personal injury and disability lawyers at Daggett Shuler Law represent clients throughout North Carolina. Visit our website or call 336-724-1234 for more information or a free consultation.
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