Do You Have a Disability Case?
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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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Are You Eligible for Benefits?

Are You Eligible for Benefits?

Your Benefit Package When you start at a new job, one of things to consider is what benefits are being provided to you as an employee.  Most people want benefits and tend to focus on benefits for medical expenses not covered by the provincial health plan as well as dental and vision benefits.   Most group benefit plans also include life insurance, accidental death and dismemberment, critical illness insurance and disability benefits, but the details of these benefits are often glossed over by people who are focused on getting the job. So, if you think you have benefits at...
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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...
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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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Making The Difficult Decision To Stop Working And Apply For Benefits

Making The Difficult Decision To Stop Working And Apply For Benefits

Deciding to stop working and applying for disability benefits can be a very difficult decision to make. It is critical to carefully select when to stop working, as choosing the wrong time can lead to your claim being denied and can leave you with an uphill court battle. Is it Time? Most people who apply for disability insurance do not need to stop working immediately. They may suffer from a chronic illness or injury that makes continuing to work problematic, but not impossible. If you choose to continue to work with a disability, it is vital that you regularly meet with...
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Ask A Lawyer: Life Insurance Claims

Ask A Lawyer: Life Insurance Claims

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...