Projected Growth in Disability Means Education a Must

Projected Growth in Disability Means Education a Must

The Canadian Survey on Disability, released in 2015, highlights a projected growth in both disability and disability claims. With these claims expected to increase, disability claim education and action will see an increase in demand, as will services that offer help to those with disabilities. Share Lawyers are leaders in helping Canadians in claims against insurance companies for long term disability benefits since 1987.

By the numbers…

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What this means…

Life expectancy is on the rise in Canada, as it is globally. The effects of this change can be seen in care systems, resources, and government and legal infrastructures, and we will see more substantial changes in the next fifteen to twenty years. As the Canadian population ages, the percentage of Canadians with disabilities is increasing.

Every day, Share Lawyers talk to people with disabilities whose long term disability claims have been rejected. It is our goal to do whatever we can, through aggressive legal maneuvering and strategic planning, to see that our clients are fully and fairly compensated by the insurance company. Share Lawyers does not charge our clients a fee unless we win their case.

Share Lawyers is committed to providing experienced, compassionate and caring legal advice to meet the needs of our clients.

If you or someone you know wants to Find out if you have a disability case or has had a disability claim denied, contact Share Lawyers and put our experience to work for you. We offer free consultations and there are no fees unless we win your case. We have recently settled cases against Standard Life, Blue Cross, Manulife, RBC Insurance, Sun Life, and many more.