Nicole cares. And she gets it. She worked for a major insurance company for 10 years handling claims.
Nicole cares about the people we represent. She relates. She suffered major injuries in a bad car crash. In fact, after dealing with insurance companies in her own case, she left the claims adjuster job. She earned her paralegal degree and now works helping others injured, in times of need.
Nicole cares about our community. She and her husband Shamark Dalton open their home to children who are placed in foster care. Nicole and Shamark make them part of the family and give them love, guidance and support. In fact, she and her husband were honored by the Buffalo Urban League with the 2019 Life Time Family Award for help to children from troubled homes, and their volunteer work in the community.
In the community, Nicole serves as a Deaconess at First Calvary Missionary Baptist Church where she teaches Bible Study to 2-5 year olds and provides guidance to older kids. Nicole and her husband have three natural children in addition to foster children. She seeks to instill in them the need to be thoughtful of others and remain humble by, as a family, contributing at church and volunteering at soup kitchens. The kids are also involved in typical activities such as school plays, basketball and baseball.
You are a person, not a file when Nicole is part of your case.