Todd Schuler, a former Maryland state delegate, is a partner at Blondell Miller Schuler. He joined Nestor to discuss this coronavirus pandemic that we’re currently facing, as well as the leadership that has been displayed both locally and nationally during this crisis.
“The governors of our country have stepped into the void, really tremendously, and our own governor Hogan is no exception,” Schuler said. “The leadership that’s been demonstrated by Governor Cuomo in NY and Governor Dewine in Ohio, guys of different parties – they’ve mobilized and instructed us of what we need to do and the vacuum has been filled by a lot of great leaders at various levels.”
Todd believes that each of us can play a part in helping to curve this virus and help us get back to normal as quickly as possible.
“We all have to do our part,” Schuler said. “We are all responsible and how we act now to each other is going to be the defining characteristic of our character going forward. Are you paying your employees? Are you finding ways to reach out to those that are unemployed and help them out? Have you taken your phone number and put it in the mailbox of an elderly neighbor? Are you only going out when you absolutely need to? That’s the blocking and tackling…we can account for who we are as people right now. There’s always a little bit of Heaven in a disaster, and to do what you have to do now, it reveals your character.”
Blondell Miller Schuler is a personal injury firm. They represent individuals who are hurt at work and in accidents such as motor vehicle, construction, motorcycle, and trucking. They’ve been in the same location in Essex for over 40 years, and the majority of their staff have been together for over 30 years. Mark Miller & Todd Schuler have over 50 years of combined experience in motor tort and workers compensation law.
We encourage you to keep them top of mind and reach out to them for any personal injury needs you may have. They are good, local people who you can trust!
To hear Todd Schuler’s full conversation with Nestor, listen here: