Disability insurance is designed to protect against either a sudden illness or injury or a longer term degenerative problem that removes a person's ability to continue their employment. If you are disabled and no longer capable of earning a living in order to support yourself, the Canadian government may grant you CPP disability insurance benefits to help you survive. As well, many employers have long term and short term disability policies for their employees who are injured or who are suffering from a disabling illness. As you grow older, you may find that you are no longer able to deal with the physical demands of working even though you don’t have enough money to retire. In such a situation, you may be able to file for disability insurance benefits.
However, insurance companies have no obligation to help you get the benefits you are entitled to receive as a policy holder. Convincing them that you are disabled can often be difficult and frustrating. So, the obligation rests with you, the disabled person, to provide sufficient medical evidence of disability.
At Sharpe Beresh & Gnyś , we have experience in handling a variety of disability insurance disputes, appeals, applications and negotiating financial settlements on behalf of our clients. If you are suffering from long-term disability or partial disability, we can help you get the insurance money you need for your family and your care.
We understand that there is physical and emotional stress dealing with a long-term or short-term disability. For over 35 years Ashley Gnyś has helped disabled people and their families deal with the financial burden caused by a sudden lack of income. He has the knowledge and legal expertise to successfully manage your claim and relieve your stress, so you can concentrate on getting better.
Please contact our office today to get a Free Consultation with an experienced personal injury lawyer who will fight for your rights, give you and your family a sense of justice, and get you the financial settlement you deserve.