When your long term disability claim has been approved, you will notice that the instructions from your insurance company includes your responsibilities during the rehabilitation or claims process. As an insured person you have certain requirements to fulfill in order for benefits to be available, or to continue and throughout the claim process. These responsibilities […]
One of the primary steps in filing a disability claim is submitting medical evidence to back up the fact that you are disabled, and to prove to the agency that how debilitating your condition is. Disability programs will request such records from all your treating physicians as well as any clinics or hospitals where you […]
Unfortunately, millions of people are dealing with a disability that prevents them from working. If you have become disabled and need to apply for disability benefits, you must to know how the process works. This prevents issues from arising that either prevent or slow down your ability to collect benefits. Here are the 10 most common mistakes people make when applying for long term disability.
If you are planning to file a disability claim–or even if you just think that you need to–Preszler Disability Law can be of invaluable assistance. Providing a range of legal services with particular focus on disability law, the legal professionals at Preszler Disability Law may be able to increase your chances of getting the resolution […]
Has your insurer denied your claim for long-term disability benefits, despite you faithfully paying your premiums? Below are four things you must know if you’ve been denied benefits. 1. Your Initial Claim May Have Lacked the Correct Information Long-term disability insurance providers may deny an otherwise qualified claim based on lack of evidence. For instance, […]
Two out of three Canadian women have experienced a form of sexual assault at some point in their lives, acco rding to data shared by the Sexual Assault Centre (SACHA) based in Hamilton, Ontario. Research shared by SAC HA also shows one in six boys will experience sexual abuse before reaching adulthood. These startling statistics […]
The Dog Owners’ Liability Act spells out dog bite liability in Ontario. The Act, established in R.S.O. 1990, Chapter D.16, provides you the right to seek financial restitution in the event you are attacked and injured by another pe rson’s dog.The law does, however, provide some exceptions to the owner’s liability. These include in cases […]