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Share Lawyers Wins Settlement for Fibromyalgia Patient [INFOGRAPHIC]

Share Lawyers Wins Settlement for Fibromyalgia Patient [INFOGRAPHIC]

Share Lawyers successfully represented Donna, a nurse who suffers from fibromyalgia. Her claim was denied by her insurance company, but after consulting with Share Lawyers, Donna won a settlement for fibromyalgia. Share Lawyers fought for Donna and updated her every step of the way to ensure she knew of any developments and the progress of her case. Donna was able to move on with her life after securing the compensation she deserved! SHARE LAWYERS WINS SETTLEMENT FOR FIBROMYALGIA PATIENT   Has your long term disability claim been denied? Contact Share Lawyers and put...
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How to Support a Loved One Whose Disability Claim Has Been Denied

How to Support a Loved One Whose Disability Claim Has Been Denied

Disability insurance is a benefit most of us hope never to have to use; in reality, however, many of us do, as well as support. In fact, one in three people will be disabled for 90 days or longer at least once before age 65. Unforeseen circumstances, an illness or an accident may leave us or our loved ones unable to work. It is a very stressful time. It can be difficult finding ways to cope. If your loved one is unable to work, you are most likely worried about financial responsibilities and how that will affect your daily life. This is where disability insurance should...
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Statistics Canada Report: Canadians with Unmet Home Care Needs

Statistics Canada Report: Canadians with Unmet Home Care Needs

The results of Statistics Canada’s General Social Survey has been released. The 2012 survey asked 792,000 Canadians aged 15 years or older about their home care needs. The survey did not cover those living in institutions or in long-term care facilities. The 792,000 Canadians can be divided into two groups. The first group, some 461,000 in all, needed care at home to deal with a long-term illness, aging or disability condition but did not receive any care. The second group, about 331,000, received care at home for a long-term illness, aging or disability condition...