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Heart Attacks on the Big Screen Leave a False Impression of Real-Life Symptoms

Heart Attacks on the Big Screen Leave a False Impression of Real-Life Sympt...

When we think of heart attacks, we often find ourselves picturing scenes from the movies. We remember that moment in Something’s Gotta Give where Harry (Jack Nicholson) collapses in pain after fooling around with his girlfriend, Marin (Amanda Pete). He flails about, wincing in pain, trying to deter Erica (Diane Keaton) from performing CPR. We think of the moment in The Godfather when Don Vito Corleone collapses suddenly while playing with his grandson in the tomato garden, dying almost instantly. We may even think of the silliness from Monty Python And The Holy Grail...
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Personality Changes After Brain Trauma

Personality Changes After Brain Trauma

(*Please note that this article contains links to an article and podcast that may trigger some readers) If you or someone you know has experienced a concussion, you are likely familiar with the common symptoms that can occur from a minor head injury. Short term effects include headaches, temporary loss of consciousness, dizziness, ringing in the ears, nausea, fatigue, blurred vision and sensitivity to light and sound. These symptoms can last anywhere from a few hours to several days. Experiencing a more severe brain injury can cause serious long-term effects. These may...
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Social Media Surveillance Leads to a Denied Claim

Social Media Surveillance Leads to a Denied Claim

From the outside, Felicity’s life looked perfect. She had always been an avid user of social media, and now that she was in the cosmetics industry, she worked even harder to hold up the façade. Her Instagram made it seem like her days were filled with one adventure after another, a series of posts featuring amazing beauty products and smiling faces.    However, her followers never saw the anxiety that lurked beneath the surface. Felicity worked as a visual merchandiser in a beauty supply store, and while that had seemed like an exciting job in her 20s, she was beginning...
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What is Surveillance in Disability Insurance?

What is Surveillance in Disability Insurance?

Have you recently filed a disability insurance claim? Perhaps you already receive long-term disability benefits? You should know that the insurance company may be watching you. Surveillance is standard practice for insurance companies, as their ultimate goal is to deny your claim or terminate your existing benefits. To build a case against you, the insurance company will often check in on you to ensure that you’re not lying or exaggerating your insurance claim. With the summer season just around the corner, you will likely be spending more time outdoors with family and...
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Law Firm Makes Mediation A Less Stressful Process

Law Firm Makes Mediation A Less Stressful Process

Share Lawyers is a law firm focused on Disability Insurance Law. 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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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 happy clients that we were able to help get the settlement they deserved. “My experience with Share Lawyers was wonderful. My case was handled 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’re...