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No Shortcut to Hard Work


No Shortcut to Hard Work

Hard work usually ends up with positive results, and, as we all know, there is rarely a shortcut to hard work.  The exciting thing about hard work is how good and rewarding it always feels when the results are reached and the benefits gained.

This past weekend Daggett Shuler partner Doug Nauman and I went on a little bicycle ride that included a long climb up to over 3000 feet on the Blue Ridge Parkway.  There was no easy way up.  Here is a photo we took of ourselves using the cell phone camera at the end my extended arm:

Doug and I have worked together for about 16 years, and have known each other for more than 20 years.  Climbing to the top of the mountain was hard, but the reward of the view and  the long downhill seemed to make it all worthwhile.  That’s just the way it works – you have to put in the hard work in order to enjoy the benefits and enjoy the positive results.

Hard work certainly applies to working on cases in our office.  At Daggett Shuler hard work comes in many forms including accident investigation, legal research, obtaining and assembling documentation, case presentation, negotiations, and in court hearings when needed.  Add to this mix a strong desire to help plus a strong dose of client service and we have the ingredients for positive results.

We believe that hard work is necessary in order to properly do our jobs.  It gives us the opportunity to strive for the best possible results and the most favorable representation.  We take these obligations very seriously and will always strive to work hard to fulfill the confidence entrusted to us.

I would like to take time to thank the staff at Daggett Shuler Attorneys at Law. To Megan Youngblood for helping me get my disability started; thank you so much for everything!

Olivia Winston