Roundup - Our Top Posts About Diabetes
Diabetes is a debilitating condition that affects millions of Canadians. About 7.5 percent of the Canadian population lives with Type 2 diabetes. Prediabetes, a condition that often precedes the development of Diabetes, affected over 20% of the Canadian population in 2015. There are three types of Diabetes - Type 1, Type 2, and Gestational Diabetes. At Share Lawyers, we know how life disrupting living with Diabetes can be.
Over the years, we’ve represented clients diagnosed with Diabetes and helped them to obtain the long-term disability benefits they deserve for their condition. But it’s not easy to do - most insurance companies deny such claims. To give you a sense of what Diabetes is and what some of our clients have had to endure, we’ve gathered some of our most popular blog posts about Diabetes and our clients who have the disease.
Understanding Diabetes as a Long-Term Disability
In this blog post we discuss the nature of Diabetes. We describe the different types of Diabetes you can be diagnosed with - Type 1, Type 2, and the more rare Gestational Diabetes. We also discuss the signs and symptoms of the different types of Diabetes, and management of the disease. Learn more.
Returning to Work After a Diabetes Diagnosis
In this blog post we tell Amanda’s story. Amanda was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes in her late twenties. She had a busy career working at a bank when everything started to fall apart due to unprecedented debilitating symptoms. Amanda had a hard time navigating her employment once her health began to decline, and discovered to her dismay that her employer was unsupportive. She reached out to Share Lawyers for help. Find out what happened here.
Top Disability Law Firm Supports Client and Wins Case
In this blog post we share Wei’s experience with Diabetes. Wei was a busy and thriving shipper/receiver before he was diagnosed with Type 2. His health took an unexpected nosedive, making work incredibly difficult and painful for him. He eventually applied for disability benefits in the hopes of taking some time off to recover but his claim was denied. He reached out to Share Lawyers for help. Find out more about Wei’s story.
If you suffer from Diabetes and are finding it difficult to work, act fast and file a claim for disability benefits. If you have filed a claim that has been denied, or if your new claim gets denied in the future, contact Share Lawyers and put our experience to work for you. We offer free consultations and there are no fees unless we win your case.Find out if you have a disability case.
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A note from our long term disability lawyers
Taking a medical leave from work is not an easy decision to make. Concerns about providing for yourself and your family and keeping your job may cause you to want to push through your pain, but this won’t make your problems go away. Stopping work is often the smartest decision for your long term health and well-being, and your disability benefits are there to provide you with financial support until you can return to work.
If you have made the tough decision to stop working and apply for your short term disability or long term disability benefits, you may feel overwhelmed by the process and have questions that your employer and your insurance company are not able or willing to answer. Share is There to see you through and answer your questions.
Our Disability law firm knows what you have been going through
We understand that things have not been easy for you over the last little while. Your health has been suffering, you are unable to work, and now your insurance company, who was supposed to be there in your time of need, has decided they will not pay your disability benefits or respect your disability claim. These benefits exist to provide you with the financial support you need so that you can focus on your health and rebuilding your life. It is unfortunate that your insurance company has not lived up to its promise. If your disability claim has been denied, we will fight to get you the benefits you are entitled to. Our disability lawyers have helped thousands of Canadians get their long term disability benefits over the past 35 years, and we can help you too.
Our experienced disability lawyers can fight back on your behalf
Share Lawyers believes that every client who is dealing with a disability claim deserves superior personal service. To achieve that goal, we have developed our team of experienced, compassionate, and caring long term disability lawyers, law clerks, and administrative staff to meet all of your needs. Our team of experienced long term disability, life insurance, employment, and critical illness insurance lawyers have made successful claims against many insurance companies, third-party administrators and employers.
If you are unable to work, your disability benefits should be there to provide you with the financial support you need. While your insurance company may be focused on finding ways to avoid paying your claim, our focus is on what is in your best interest. When Share Lawyers gets involved, you have an entire team of lawyers that are there to support you and to fight for what is yours.
Our disability claim lawyers fight for your disability insurance claim by relying on our many years of experience to apply the best strategic planning and approach in each case, using the latest technology available. Experience matters, and with Share Lawyers, you are in the best hands with 35 years of success on your side.
In this video, we explain the role of a long term disability lawyer and how we can support you when you have been denied your long term disability benefits.