PRESS RELEASE: Leading Disability Law firm, Share Lawyers, now assisting Canadians with employment issues and ‘Life Rebuilder’ program

04/13/2022, Toronto // PRODIGY: Feature Story //
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As it celebrates 35 years of unmatched experience in disability law, the innovative, family-owned, and run Toronto law firm is leading in holistic client care.

As a Canadian law firm, SHARE Lawyers, celebrates their 35th anniversary as a respected name in disability law, the family-owned firm has diversified its service offering to include employment law.

As President and Managing Director, David Share, explains: “No other Canadian law firm has worked exclusively in disability law for as long as we have. We pride ourselves on this specialty but our diversification into employment law is all about being able to better serve our clients. There is a lot of overlap between disability claims and employment law issues and our goal is to offer our clients a single source of legal expertise and unparalleled professional service and support.”

The move is very much in keeping with the firm’s ethos of an accessible, client-centric service that couples expert legal advice with the kind of caring, empathetic, and supportive approach one might expect from a family-driven practice. David’s wife Wendy is the Executive Director of the firm and both his daughters work for the firm, including lawyer Samantha Share.

The firm makes use of state-of-the-art technology to accommodate clients and their needs and in many cases, clients will never have to leave their homes. Every Share client is also assigned a team of three experienced disability lawyers to support them through the legal process, from beginning to end. Rounding out the holistic approach to client care is access to the firm’s truly unique Life Rebuilder program.

Above and beyond legal protection and support, cutting edge technology built to accelerate case progress, and relevant clinical expertise from a network of independent medical professionals to verify and validate claims, this service is designed to support clients in a number of innovative ways during the process and after they’ve won. It includes access to a network of recommended support services — from access to trusted financial counseling, career or retraining advice, grocery delivery, home maintenance – and even special savings on invaluable services, exclusively for Share Lawyers clients. Also included is access to the firm’s network of trusted physical and mental health therapists, such as physiotherapists, chiropractors, psychologists, and others, to assist clients in recovering their strength, mobility, optimism, and passion for life. Clients benefit from a free membership to health service Maple for the entirety of their case.

In an era where long-term Covid and an increasing mental health burden are adding to the number of Canadians struggling with a disability claim, an employment issue, or both, SHARE’s holistic, non-transactional approach to client care is to be welcomed. And if the company’s reviews are anything to go by, a 4.9 based on 484 reviews, SHARE’s formula for success is indeed a hit with its clients.


Share Lawyers opened its doors in 1987 and has since become an industry leader in Canadian disability law, having assisted 7,500 Canadians with their disability claims. The firm boasts a carefully selected team of fifteen lawyers and a large support team dedicated to representing individuals who have had their disability claims rejected and have been wrongfully dismissed, unfairly compensated or treated, in accordance with employment legislation and case law.

Cofounded by respected lawyer, David Share, the firm has a national presence throughout Canada and it works with clients across the country on a no-win, no-fee basis. Share is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, The Advocates’ Society, The Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, and the American Association of Justice. He also served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Osgoode Hall Law School between 2007 and 2019 as an instructor in the Trial Advocacy Course. Additional information is available at

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