Posts Tagged 'Daggett Shuler Law'



Winter Safety on Triad Today

On Saturday, January 22nd, attorneys David Daggett and Griff Shuler of Daggett Shuler Law appeared on  Triad Today to provide important information about winter safety. With icy and cold weather across the Triad, everyone should have these tips. Watch the segment: The best advice is if you don’t absolutely have to go out, stay home. […]

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David Daggett and Griff Shuler Named to Super Lawyers 2022 List

Daggett Shuler is proud to announce that partnering attorneys David Daggett and Griff Shuler have been named to the 2022 North Carolina Super Lawyers List. This continues an almost decade-long streak of this monumental achievement. What is Super Lawyers? Super Lawyers selects attorneys of numerous practice areas based on a patented, multi-phase process. For an […]

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Spotlight With David Daggett: YMCA of NWNC

This past December I emceed the Mistletoe Run, the largest running race in our area. This fantastic race, which I have been involved in for over 30 years, is a fundraiser for the YMCA of Northwest North Carolina. This event helps to fight childhood obesity.  All proceeds from this race support YMCA programs that are […]

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YMCA: Lending a Helping Hand to Youth in the Triad

On Saturday, December 18th, attorneys David Daggett and Griff Shuler of Daggett Shuler Law appeared on  Triad Today to talk about the many fantastic programs that the local YMCA offers to support youth in the Triad. Richard Daniels, Executive Director of the William G. White, Jr. Family YMCA was their guest. Watch the segment: The […]

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Spotlight With David Daggett: How to Help Fight Hunger

Year after year, I am amazed that one in five adults right here in Northwest North Carolina experiences hunger. One in five children are hungry in our community. Seniors on fixed incomes are often forced to choose between buying enough food and covering their medical expenses. And though these statistics are stark, they only show […]

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