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The Memory of a Classroom: Debbie’s Story

The Memory of a Classroom: Debbie’s Story

Debbie was relieved when the doctors first told her that she had a concussion. She’d always been under the impression that concussions were relatively minor, so she figured she’d be back on her feet and back in the classroom in a matter of days. Unfortunately, Debbie didn’t yet realize that no two concussions are the same. Some people do indeed recover quickly with few long-term side effects. Other people experience persistent symptoms that can last for months – or even years – beyond the initial trauma. Debbie would eventually learn that she was in the latter camp. She...
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Life After LTD Settlement for Cancer Treatment Pain

Life After LTD Settlement for Cancer Treatment Pain

Stephanie, a 40-year-old bus driver, had worked tirelessly at her job for many years. Through exhaustive and often stressful, Stephanie still loved her job; it allowed her to connect with her community and help in a tangible way. That’s part of why it was so painful when she had to take time off after her breast cancer diagnosis. She was told her chances of recovery were high, but she needed to focus on treatment.  Thankfully, she had the full support of her employers, coworkers, family, and friends, which she often attributes to the success of her treatment. She was...
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Working From Home: Tips From the Share Lawyers Team

Working From Home: Tips From the Share Lawyers Team

As a result of COVID-19, many Canadians are finding themselves either out of work or forced to work from home. And while many Canadians may already work from home, those who are new to the practice may find it difficult to adjust. As such, the Share Lawyers team is here to answer all your questions about how to work from home like a pro while taking care of your mental and physical health.  What are your go-to meditation or mental health apps or websites? While the idea of working from home seems like a dream come true, the reality is that it takes a great deal of...
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Resources for Those Recently Unemployed Due to COVID-19

Resources for Those Recently Unemployed Due to COVID-19

In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, there have been many changes to how businesses, both big and small, are operating. Many businesses are closing their doors for the safety of their staff and the general public, while others are cutting back on staffing in order to mitigate the spread of the virus. As a result, many Canadians are facing a loss of income that could prove crippling. However, despite these changes, the Canadian government has put in place a series of options available for those who find themselves recently unemployed as a result of the...
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Mental Health Resources During Times of Isolation

Mental Health Resources During Times of Isolation

Due to the sudden onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people now find themselves dealing with an unexpected and unfamiliar set of circumstances. Old routines no longer make sense – and are no longer safe – during a period of significant social distancing. That means that everyone has to find ways to adjust to the new reality. The thought of working from home may initially seem appealing, but any residence can start to feel cramped when you’re no longer allowed to leave. Many people rely on their social and professional networks to maintain a sense of normalcy. You lose a...
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How Share Lawyers is Working Remotely During COVID-19

How Share Lawyers is Working Remotely During COVID-19

While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to force businesses to close and employees to work from the safety of their homes, Share Lawyers is committed to providing information about how the firm is working remotely to keep cases moving during these uncertain times. Some may be wondering – like they are about most other things in life – how Share Lawyers can continue to function in this environment and with these circumstances. Below are the answers to pressing questions intended to foster ease regarding how your cases are continuing to be managed by the...