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Our Clients Get Our Support Every Step of the Way

Our Clients Get Our Support Every Step of the Way

It is important that our clients feel they are well supported in every single step of the mediation process. We recently had two of our clients give us some wonderful feedbacks! “From beginning to the end the experience was amazing. I have other situations where I have dealt with lawyers and all I can say is Share Lawyers have covered all areas of expertise in dealing with their clients. Staff was knowledgeable, kind and considerate. Everyone took time to explain all questions and even went beyond the answer. Absolutely felt supported all the way and was happy with the...
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Apps That Help Manage Pain and Disability

Apps That Help Manage Pain and Disability

So much of what we do these days, from paying bills to making plans with friends and family, is done online. This is why it should come as no surprise that advances in our technology include ways to make life easier for those with chronic illnesses and disabilities. Many of Share Lawyers clients manage their symptoms using apps on their smartphones. These  help manage ongoing symptoms and communicate with medical professionals. Here are some apps to try to ease the challenges of health-related setbacks. CatchMyPain For those suffering from chronic pain, such as...
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Gluten and Rheumatoid Arthritis

Gluten and Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune condition that affects over 1.5 million adults. It most often affects women between the ages of 40 and 60 years old. In what can be a devastating condition, the body attacks the thin membrane surrounding joints, allowing fluid and immune complexes to build up in the joints and cause significant pain, local inflammation and tissue damage. Rheumatoid Arthritis Is Genetic RA is genetic, meaning it can be passed down to your descendants or inherited. That being said, recent research has indicated that genetics account for only 25% of...
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Disability and Going Back to Work

Disability and Going Back to Work

Do you know someone with a health challenge? Perhaps a loved one who has a chronic and invisible illness or disability that they manage every day. Or maybe a close friend’s sudden diagnosis changed their immediate future. Whatever the case, it’s easy for outsiders to see only the burdens on a person’s physical well-being rather than their financial reality. The truth is, your health has an impact on your finances – from taking time off work to recover, to paying for medication and other medical supplies needed to manage your symptoms. That’s why so many people go...
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Celebrities Living with Disabilities: Brain Aneurysms

Celebrities Living with Disabilities: Brain Aneurysms

Celebrities touch our lives through the things they create, so it is easy to forget that they deal with many of the same health conditions and disabilities we do. Today, we share another blog in our series on Celebrities with Long-Term Disabilities, with a focus on brain aneurysms. Click here to read other posts in the series, on Skin Cancer, Lyme Disease, Lupus and Diabetes. Brain Aneurysms Often Go Unnoticed A brain (cerebral) aneurysm is a bulging, weak area in the wall of an artery that supplies blood to the brain. Brain aneurysms often cause no symptoms at all and go...