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Not Just Good… Excellent!

Not Just Good… Excellent!

It’s always great to hear back from clients – not only because of their wonderful comments but because it also lets us know that they’re doing well and that is what brings joy to our hearts. Here are some notes we’ve received recently from you! “Thank you to Alison and all the staff at Share Lawyers.” – Elise C. Great to hear from you. Thanks! “David, it was a pleasure working with you. All my friends are still amazed that you managed to get me back all my benefits in addition to a very nice settlement from the insurance company. They keep telling me that I...
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Our Staff Is Very Passionate

Our Staff Is Very Passionate

Every member of our team has a passion for helping people. We show up, listen to you and then fight for you. We understand that what we do impacts lives and appreciate the kind words you continue to send us.   “Chris, You’ve made a tremendous impact on our lives and we appreciate your help.” – Alexandra S. “The long journey is over thankfully. Thank you Brad, for your great work.  You did an amazing job especially since the other party’s didn’t come to mediation to negotiate. Thank you.” – Karim V. “David and Steven, thank you very much for...
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A Roundup of Our Top 3 Blogs About Independent Medical Examinations

A Roundup of Our Top 3 Blogs About Independent Medical Examinations

Have you been asked to undergo a medical examination as part of your disability claim? What should you do? Along with FCEs (Functional Capacity Evaluations) and techniques such as unannounced home visits and covert surveillance, one of the primary investigative tools insurers use when assessing a disability claim, and particularly in high-benefit long-term disability claims, are IMEs or Independent Medical Examinations. We’ve discussed IMEs quite a bit on the Share Lawyers blog, but it’s important for you to know what your rights are when dealing with an insurer who...
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Ask A Lawyer: Life Insurance Claims

Ask A Lawyer: Life Insurance Claims

I have a very large family. If husband or I dies, who is entitled to receive benefits after we pass away? Each life insurance coverage policyholder names a beneficiary who becomes the sole receiver of life insurance coverage benefits in the event of the policyholder’s death. A policyholder may name multiple beneficiaries if needed. My wife passed away suddenly last year, but we only recently discovered that the information in her will differs from her life insurance policy. If the beneficiary named in a will is different from the beneficiary named in the life...
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Here’s How We Win Your Case: Exchanging Written Offers

Here’s How We Win Your Case: Exchanging Written Offers

As I said in one of our other blogs in this series, most cases gets settled in one of 3 ways: Mediation Settlement Meetings Exchanging Written Offers So far we’ve discussed how your case can be settled by Mediation and Settlement Meetings. In this blog, we discuss exchanging offers. Once again, we base this on which insurance company and lawyer we happen to be dealing with, the nature of the issues in dispute, and the prospect for settling the case without the assistance of a mediator or a settlement meeting. Offers can be exchanged at any time, however, we would need to...