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“How Would You Describe Your Share Lawyers Experience In One Word?”

On September 26, 2017, Share Lawyers hosted a client appreciation event at our office on Yonge St. in Toronto. At the event, several clients who have demonstrated a passion for wanting to help others in the Share Lawyers community shared their story on video. With the footage, Share Lawyers has been able to create some videos that showcase their experiences with our company, and also provide advice and guidance to the community at large. Please take a look at one of our videos here! We’re so proud to have represented each of these people. In the coming weeks, you will see...
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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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With Leading Law Firm, Mediation is a Less Stressful Process

With Leading Law Firm, Mediation is a Less Stressful Process

Share Lawyers is Ontario’s leading Disability Insurance Law firm. There are a number of paths your case can take: mediation, settlement meetings, discoveries … and it is up to us to help make the process as stress-free as possible. “All members of the Share Lawyers team that we dealt with were excellent in coaching us with realistic expectations. On mediation day a step by step counselling ensured a calm stress free day. Thank you. We had no hesitation going with Share Lawyers due to their experience with Disability Claims. We were not disappointed and would...
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Ask A Lawyer: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Your Rights

Ask A Lawyer: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Your Rights

Q: My disability claim, based on a recent diagnosis of OCD, was just denied. I feel so alone. Why would the insurance company do this? A: If your filed a disability claim, for OCD or any other disability, has been denied, you are probably unsure of what to do next. Keep in mind that denying a disability claim is a commonly used tactic by insurance companies. While private insurance companies are tight-lipped about their claim-denial rates, government data offers an insight into the prevalence of the phenomenon. For example, most initial applications to the Canada Pension...
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Happy Clients, Happy Hearts!

Happy Clients, Happy Hearts!

We’re so pleased when our clients to take the time to give us feedback on their experience with our team. Here, we’ve shared two new letters from folks that we were able to help get the settlement they deserved. “My experience with Share Lawyers was wonderful. They handled my case with grace and in a timely manner, even faster than I expected. They answered all my questions and concerns and they put my needs above all and let me feel like my case was important to them. They called me all the time to keep me informed and make sure I was doing okay. They were very...
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Why You Should Fight the Insurance Company’s Denial of Your Claim

Why You Should Fight the Insurance Company’s Denial of Your Claim

After being denied your long or short-term disability benefits, you might feel disappointed and even overwhelmed. Despite your best efforts, you’re now unable to claim the benefits you feel you’re entitled to. And on top of that, you’re managing the symptoms of your disability, which are often painful and challenging. You certainly couldn’t be blamed for deciding to not fight your insurance company’s decision. Fighting your insurance company’s denial can be a grueling one, especially if you decide to go it alone. But Share Lawyers, strongly suggest you fight against the...