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Spotlight With David Daggett: Holiday Season Safety

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It seems like this holiday season things will be getting back to some semblance of normal for the Triad. I hope I am not speaking too soon, but I am getting pretty excited. The traditions all seem to be coming back, along with the extra time spent with family. We all look forward to special gatherings with…

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Attorney David Daggett Wins Ironman Executive Challenge

David Daggett competed in the Ironman Executive Challenge in Chattanooga, TN on September 29th.  At age 59, this was his last race in the 55-59 age group and he was the oldest competitor in the Executive Challenge.  An Ironman race is a very demanding event comprised of a 2.4-mile swim, biking for 112 miles, and…

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Daggett Shuler Attorney James C. Cohn Sworn In to North Carolina Courts

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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…

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A Look at Child Passenger Safety Week

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Accidents can be scary, but one of the scariest aspects of them is when there are children involved. According to the National Safety Council, car crashes are one of the leading causes of death for children. In 2017, 675 children under the age of 13 were killed in motor vehicle crashes and every 32 seconds…

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Tips for Keeping Safe This Labor Day Weekend

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It’s hard to believe that the end of summer is already upon us. And while it can be sad to see the warm weather go, Labor Day allows us one last opportunity to get our summer fun in. Here are some tips for staying safe while having fun this Labor Day weekend. Fireworks  A sure…

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Daggett Shuler Teams Up With Youth Advisory Council to Support Think Orange Campaign

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This summer, David Daggett and Daggett Shuler, Attorneys at Law are teaming up with the City of Winston-Salem’s Youth Advisory Council to spread awareness of hunger right here in Winston-Salem through the Think Orange Campaign. David Daggett recently made a guest appearance in a PSA organized by the Youth Advisory Council. The council is a…

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David Daggett Discusses Local Triathlons on Triad Today

June 2019 Triad Today panel

Attorneys David Daggett and Griff Shuler of Daggett Shuler Law are scheduled to visit with Triad Today host Jim Longworth to discuss two local triathlon events. The Triad Today program will air on WXLV ABC45 and WMYV My48 on Saturday, June 15th, and Sunday, June 16th.. Joining the show will be triathlete Jade Costen, a…

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Scientists Isolate Protein Connected to Brain Injury

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Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) is a degenerative brain disease. It is a type of traumatic brain injury commonly associated with repeated head blows often suffered by professional football players. Recently, researchers testing the brain tissue of National Football League (NFL) players have linked CTE to abnormally high levels of a specific brain protein. An article…

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May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

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The U.S. Department of Transportation has designated May as Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. Warmer weather is approaching, and motorcycles are coming out of storage and onto our roads. As always, Daggett Shuler Law urges motorcyclists and drivers to be safe. Troubling Statistics The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says 88,000 riders were injured—and 4,976 killed—in…

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NC Firefighters Fight to Change Workers’ Compensation Laws

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Firefighters in North Carolina are fighting to expand death benefits—and Workers’ Compensation disability benefits—to those who have contracted cancer caused by exposure in the line of duty. A detailed article on their efforts is available here. While North Carolina provides $100,000 in death benefits to the families of police officers, firefighters, and rescue workers who…

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