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Share Lawyers Works As A Team To Help You: Giuliana’s Experience

Share Lawyers Works As A Team To Help You: Giuliana’s Experience

At Share Lawyers we are here to work as a team to ensure your entire experience with us leaves you feeling fully informed,  supported, and confident. Many of our clients struggling with their long term disability claims feel the stress and time consuming nature taking away from when they should be focussing on their health. Don’t fight this yourself! Share Lawyers is here with the expertise to help you through this process. For our clients like Giuliana, we are always so thrilled to know we were able to help with their case, and provide the information, resources, and...
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“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...
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Celebrities with Long-Term Disabilities – HIV/AIDS

Celebrities with Long-Term Disabilities – HIV/AIDS

Pictured Above: Deaths due to HIV/AIDS per million persons in 2012 Celebrities may seem untouchable, but they’re human just like us. Today, we share another blog in our series on Celebrities with Long-Term Disabilities, with a focus on HIV/AIDS. Click here to read other posts in the series, on Skin Cancer, Lyme Disease, Lupus, Diabetes, and Brain Aneurysms. HIV stands for human immunodeficiency virus. Unlike most viruses, the human body can’t get rid of HIV completely – once you have it, you have it for life. Because of this, HIV/AIDS has been a scary diagnosis to...
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Which Chronic Pain Illnesses Count as Disabilities?

Which Chronic Pain Illnesses Count as Disabilities?

It can be quite difficult to claim disability benefits when you suffer from chronic pain illnesses. This is because many of these illnesses are diagnosed through patient-described symptoms. To be eligible to receive disability benefits for any illness or disability, you need a medical provider to support that you cannot work.  Sometimes it is hard to prove with objective medical evidence that you have a physical or mental condition that prohibits you from working. Things like x-rays or test results are key but can be very hard to get. For many chronic pain illnesses,...
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Long Term Disability: Osteoporosis

Long Term Disability: Osteoporosis

Many issues pertaining to health and well-being seem to articulate the differences between men and women clearly. Take osteoporosis, for example. Mere mention of this chronic illness in today’s culture conjures images of women suffering from weak and brittle bones. But a recent article in the New York Times gives us cause for concern: men get osteoporosis, too. But because it’s seen as a “women’s illness,” they’re less likely to get screened. It’s important to reflect on the causes and prevention of this illness, which is a Long-Term Disability. Those suffering from...
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Raising Awareness Has a Positive Impact for Those with Chronic Illnesses

Raising Awareness Has a Positive Impact for Those with Chronic Illnesses

  During the Tragically Hip’s farewell concert last August, Gord Downie’s unmistakable voice was heard coast to coast. The concert was broadcast into the homes of millions of Canadians, and thousands more flocked to Kingston to witness the legendary and prolific musician’s last-ever performance. The news of Gord Downie’s terminal brain cancer diagnosis last May left many fans shocked and saddened. His decision to do one final tour across the country, however, and the subsequent donations to cancer research it has encouraged, is an uplifting part of what will likely...