Personal Injury Attorneys
Injured in an Accident in North Carolina? Call Daggett Shuler now for a Free Consultation. We’ll fight to make sure your rights are protected, and we will fight to recover the maximum settlement for you.
When an accident or serious injury happens, the effects can be devastating and long lasting. Often, the whole family suffers. Many times it takes more than expert medical attention; it takes sound legal advice.
That’s why the attorneys and staff of Daggett Shuler are here to help. After an accident you need an experienced personal injury law firm to help protect your rights.
Dedicated to protecting your rights
Daggett Shuler injury and disability lawyers represent clients throughout the state of North Carolina. Our team is dedicated to representing the rights of individuals injured by the negligent conduct of others, injured at work, or disabled. When you need a North Carolina Personal Injury attorney, call Daggett Shuler and their team of qualified professionals.
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“I recently worked with Daggett Shuler and had a great experience. Doug Naumen and his team were highly professional, kept me posted frequently about the case, and in the end provided the results that I was looking for. Their customer service is excellent in my opinion and I highly recommend them.”
-Zach R, Winston-Salem, NC
“Courteous, professional attention was given to my case. Daggett Shuler handled my case with the utmost professionalism and care. Also, all of the associates involved always kept excellent contact and information flowing.”
-Kevin S, Winston-Salem, NC
Swepsonville is a town in Alamance County, North Carolina. Swepsonville was named for a fellow named Swepson who built a mill on the western side of town. He disappeared one night with a considerable amount of money and soon established a mill in the North. Dusty Cooke, came from Swepsonville. He played for the Yankees, the Red Sox and the Reds from 1930–1938, and managed the Phillies in 1948.
At Daggett Shuler, you can depend on us.