Our clients are always surprised to find out that it is only a few dollars more to choose the added insurance coverage that will protect them in the event of an accident.
(Vocus) March 25, 2009
Winston-Salem, North Carolina -- Lewis & Daggett (http://www.LewisDaggett.com)], Attorneys at Law, in Winston-Salem, NC is known for handling serious injury cases. However, they know that it's not always feasible or necessary to get a law firm involved. Therefore, as a public service and to help people where legal representation isn't needed they have written a step by step guide for injury victims. Their book is called North Carolina Injury Law: A Reference for Accident Victims. This book will walk the injury victim through the claims process. It includes valuable insights and actual stories that will also guide and inform them should the need for legal representation arise.
Michael Lewis and David Daggett of the Lewis & Daggett firm collaborated on this public service project with 10 other law firms across the country. "This is a project that we believe will help accident victims and their family members better understand the legal process. We hope that it will also educate the community at large to better protect themselves when it comes to choosing their auto insurance coverage," says Daggett. "Our clients are always surprised to find out that it is only a few dollars more to choose the added insurance coverage that will protect them in the event of an accident."
The book is available at no charge to North Carolina residents. You can request a copy by calling the firm at 336-765-7777. You can also download the EBook free at http://www.LewisDaggett.com or http://www.NorthCarolinaLawTV.com.
About Lewis & Daggett:
With offices in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, and Statesville, NC, the Lewis & Daggett firm concentrates their practice in the areas of Serious Personal Injury, Workers Compensation, Complex Third Party Claims, Social Security Disability, Land Condemnation, and State and Federal Trial Work.
The firm is in their 24th year and consists of a team of 12 lawyers plus a large support staff. The entire staff of the firm is encouraged to be active in the community promoting safety projects and volunteering for worthy causes. Safe Sober Prom Night is one such worthy cause. In 1991, Lewis & Daggett founded Safe Sober Prom Night as a non-profit organization to challenge and educate teens about the effects of underage drinking and driving. Since the inception of the program, over 400,000 students have pledged to stay drug and alcohol free on prom night. The firm can be reached toll free at 800-873-1123.