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New Daggett Shuler TV Commercial Premieres Next Week!

Next week, Daggett Shuler will premiere another new TV commercial! The topic of the commercial is how Daggett Shuler Law can help you “tackle” your claim for Workers’ Compensation benefits. The spot features attorney Griff Shuler on the soccer field kicking the ball around.

Every year, thousands of employees in North Carolina suffer serious injuries while on the job. Injured workers depend on Workers’ Compensation benefits to help pay for medical bills and lost wages, as well as to support their families until they are healthy enough to return to work.

Unfortunately, the process of applying for Workers’ Compensation benefits is often time-consuming, frustrating and confusing. And often times, workers’ compensation benefits are denied, or they are cut off before the recovery process is completed.

If you were injured at work, don’t try to tackle your claim for Workers’ Compensation benefits on your own. Call Daggett Shuler at 336-724-1234 for a FREE consultation.

At Daggett Shuler Law, our board-certified North Carolina Workers’ Compensation attorney will work with you every step of the way and fight hard to secure the benefits you deserve.

Check back with us next week to watch our new Workers’ Compensation TV commercial! In the meantime, you can watch a sneak peek at our next new commercial below:

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As a client , I must say their firm is the most caring and knowledgeable of any I know. They are prompt with answering questions. They treat you how you want to be treated. They effectively helped me in the most critical stages of my appeals in 2 different areas. I had 2 different attorneys that were experts in the areas of law to best help serve me. Their assistants gave me fast and efficient service as well. The attorneys were available to speak to whenever necessary. They are just great people! Quality is the best word to describe the staff!! I would recommend to all who need help.

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