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Long Term Disability Lawyers: Denied Long-Term Disability Claim

Security of Long Term Disability Insurance If you are paying premiums for disability insurance (short-term disability insurance or long-term disability insurance), or are receiving disability benefits through your terms of employment, you have access to a financial safety net that is there to help you if you incur a sudden illness or injury. Long-term disability … Read more

Importance of Hiring a Toronto Disability Lawyer For Your Disability Claim

What Does a Disability Lawyer Do? A Disability Lawyer is also referred to as a Disability Insurance Lawyer or a Disability Claim Lawyer. A disability lawyer has a primary focus and practice in disability law pertaining to disability insurance policies. These disability insurance policies are offered often by employers to their employees, through group benefits, … Read more

Workplace Violence: Warning Signs & Risk Factors

Workplace violence and harassment is far more prevalent in certain fields such as correction and public health care. That being said, workplace violence and workplace harassment can appear in any work environment. To find out what is workplace violence, read our introductory article,here. It is up to the employer and those managing the workplace to … Read more

Arthritis Disability Claims

Arthritis afflicts the young and old; in Canada, there are over 8 million people affected by arthritis daily. According to The Public Health Agency of Canada, Arthritis is a chronic disease that is often incurable. An estimated 65% of those living with arthritis are women and close to 3/5 of those affected are younger than … Read more

Car Insurance Claims: Top Things To Keep In Mind

The insurance claims process can become convoluted and overwhelming, especially when you are dealing with a medical crisis and/or surviving a traumatic event. It is important that you know the best things to do and pursue when filing a car insurance claim. By following these steps, you are ensuring a smooth navigation through the disability … Read more

Stress & Denied Disability Claims

People seek short-term disability and long-term disability benefits when they are facing an injury or illness that prohibits them from being able to carry out their current employment duties, or ability to seek and carry out alternative work duties for a period of time. When someone files a disability claim through their group benefits, they … Read more

Head Injuries and Disability

According to statistics Canada, the likelihood of injuries increase in the summer months, accounting for 30% of the years total injury reports. One of the most common reasons that one may take long-term disability leave, dil a long-term disability claim, or receive long-term disability benefits, is for a concussion of brain injury. These type of … Read more

Rideshare Accidents: 101

Ridesharing is a popular service that has been operating across Ontario since 2014. Companies include: Uber Lyft InstaRyde Facedrive ecoRIDES DriverHER RideCo Uride Many people rely on these services to get to places when time is of essence, to and from special events, as a safe means of transport when one has been drinking or … Read more

Top Reasons For Car Insurance Claim Denial

It turns out that insurance providers have every right to deny claim applications if your situation falls into some of the most common scenarios that are easy to prove invalid in court. If you are not aware of such reasons yet, here are some of them so you can avoid making the same mistakes. Inconsistent … Read more

Accommodating Disabilities in the Workplace

Long Term Disability Lawyers & Employee Accommodations The Canadian human rights legislation forbids discrimination against persons with disability within the workplace setting. The legislation defines a disability as either a physical or mental impairment. Thus, an employer should be aware of their obligations to accommodate disabled people to the point of undue hardship. The phrase … Read more