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Video: Attorneys David Daggett and Griff Shuler Explain Workers’ Compensation Benefits on Triad Today!

If you suffered a serious injury while on the job, you may be entitled to receive Workers’ Compensation benefits. Every year, thousands of North Carolina residents that are injured and unable to work depend on Workers’ Compensation benefits to help support their families through a difficult time.

Unfortunately, receiving the benefits you and your family deserve after a workplace injury can be a long and complicated legal process. That is why injured employees in North Carolina turn to the experienced Workers’ Compensation attorneys at Daggett Shuler Law to handle their claim.

Recently, Daggett Shuler Law attorneys David Daggett and Griff Shuler appeared on Triad Today to discuss the topic of Workers’ Compensation benefits with host Jim Longworth. David and Griff explained many important points about Workers’ Compensation benefits, including recent changes to Workers’ Compensation law in North Carolina.

You can watch the entire segment below!

For more information about applying for Workers’ Compensation benefits in North Carolina, call Daggett Shuler Law at 336-724-1234. When you call, an experienced Winston-Salem and Greensboro, North Carolina Workers’ Compensation attorney will speak with you for free and help provide the answers you need.

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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.

Betty Shelton