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Happy Labor Day from Daggett Shuler Law!

The attorneys and staff at Daggett Shuler Law wish you and your family a safe and happy Labor Day Weekend! Please enjoy your holiday weekend responsibly.

Labor Day is one of the busiest travel periods of the year. More cars and vehicles on the road means that drivers face an increased risk of being involved in traffic accidents. During the long weekend, it is extremely important to be aware of your surroundings on the road at all times and drive defensively.

Here at Daggett Shuler, we encourage you to:

  • Keep your phone stored in your pocket, purse or glove compartment and always have your eyes on the road. Distracted driving is a careless and negligent act that could lead to a fatal car accident.
  • Wear your seatbelt during every trip. Seatbelts save lives, and police officers will be on the lookout for motorists who are not buckled up.
  • NEVER get behind the wheel if you have been drinking. If you are going out, designate a sober driver or call an Uber, Lyft or taxi before you leave for the night. Drinking and driving jeopardizes the safety of you, your passengers, and those around you.

Please keep these tips in mind and have a safe and enjoyable Labor Day weekend!

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After being a registered nurse for 37 years, I had degenerative disc disease at every level of my spine and had had fusions in my low back and in my neck. I’d experienced the disability paper chase from the doctor/patient perspective, and due to pain, I no longer had the energy and focus to fight that battle for myself. John Koontz and the team at Daggett Shuler got right to work on my case and sent me progress updates often. My phone calls were answered by my case manager far more than they went to voice mail, and she always knew the answers to my questions. My Social Security Disability claim was approved in about a third of the time I expected. I couldn’t be more pleased with Daggett Shuler.

Cathy P.