Do You Have a Disability Case?
delete
Long-Term Disability Claim Denied for an Architect With a Concussion

Long-Term Disability Claim Denied for an Architect With a Concussion

Some architects prefer the office, but Sarah had always enjoyed going to construction sites. She loved watching them break ground on a building she designed. It made her feel like little kid playing in the sandbox and it was thrilling to see her visions become reality. That’s why she usually volunteered whenever the firm needed someone to inspect a site. Her more bookish colleagues never wanted the job, but she was happy to get away from the desk for a bit of fresh air. Sarah never really worried about safety. Her firm’s projects met every structural regulation and she...
delete
What Sets Share Lawyers Apart as a Disability Insurance Law Firm?

What Sets Share Lawyers Apart as a Disability Insurance Law Firm?

At Share Lawyers we are devoted to representing people who have been denied their disability insurance benefits. The vast majority of the work we do is representing individuals who have been denied disability benefits from large life insurance companies in Canada (as well as other claims for life insurance, critical illness, mortgage life, disability and critical illness claims). Our team of lawyers is made up of a group with a vast array of experience in handling these claims on behalf of individuals. Many of our lawyers have also spent some of their career representing...
delete
Injury Leads to Disability – Share Lawyers Helps

Injury Leads to Disability – Share Lawyers Helps

At Share Lawyers we know that living with a disability, sometimes from an injury, is very difficult and that in an ideal world, the disabled would be given the benefits they deserve without question. Unfortunately, insurance companies often fight tooth and nail to deny disability claims. We go out of our way to ensure that from the moment you meet with us you are well taken care of by our lawyers and legal support team and we do our best to make sure the legal process ahead is as quick and painless for you as possible. Sam’s Injury Led To An Ongoing Disability We...
delete
A Roundup Of Our Top PTSD Posts

A Roundup Of Our Top PTSD Posts

Do you or someone you know suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)? This serious condition develops in a person after they experience or witness a traumatic event. Some of our clients who suffer from PTSD have had their disability claims denied, as PTSD is considered an invisible illness – one that is difficult to document. At Share Lawyers, we know that PTSD is all too real. We’ve written several blog posts about it based on our learnings from clients. The below three blogs will give you some insights into PTSD and disability matters. New Treatments for...
delete
“Contacting Your Office Was the Best Decision I Have Ever Made!”

“Contacting Your Office Was the Best Decision I Have Ever Made!”

The Share Lawyers team has a passion for helping people. Our job is to listen to you and fight for you. We know that our work impacts real people and real lives, so your feedback is incredibly valuable to us. “I loved working with Share Lawyers,” says Cathy S., a 52-year-old office manager who was diagnosed with epilepsy three years ago. “My worries and questions were addressed very professionally and the staff would always call me back if they missed my call.” “I truly trusted them with my case and they didn’t disappoint me,” Cathy continued. “I will definitely recommend...
delete
Ask A Lawyer: PTSD

Ask A Lawyer: PTSD

In this blog, Share Lawyers answers general questions regarding Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and disability benefits. Are “injuries” in a personal injury case strictly defined as physical? Can I be compensated for my emotional and mental injuries? Injuries would include both physical and psychological symptoms. It is more difficult to obtain compensation purely for emotional or mental health injuries, although that may be possible depending on the particular circumstances of the incident that gave rise to the injuries. Can I take short-term disability for mental...