Long term disability appeals
Taking It To The Next Level To Advance Your Rights
For many people whose injuries prevent them from working, long-term disability is their only source of income. Long-term disability is an insurance policy, and you should be able to rely on it when you have nowhere else to turn. However, hardworking and honest people across Atlantic Canada have their benefits denied or terminated every day because of barriers put in place by insurance companies. As your lawyers, we work to have those barriers removed.
MacGillivray Injury and Insurance Law has been representing disability victims since 1994. Our lawyers, based in Halifax, St. John’s and New Glasgow, are committed to fighting for your rights to long-term disability, through the process of filing a claim through subsequent appeals.
Following The Steps To A Successful Appeal
As an injured person, you should focus your energy on getting better and building the best possible life for you and your family. You should not be required to devote your energy towards a fight with your insurance company. As your lawyers, we can pursue your rights on your behalf. We will exhaust all possible routes to recovery on your behalf so you can focus on your health.
We help clients across Atlantic Canada appeal denials or terminations on the basis of a change in definition or a lack of objective evidence. In addition to our work on long-term disability appeals, we also handle Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Disability appeals to make sure you retain the full scope of benefits you need. When you need assistance, get in touch with us. We can help.
Contact Our experienced Disability Appeal Lawyers
Don't fight the battle alone. To arrange a free consultation about a long-term disability appeal, send us a message or give us a call at 1-888-434-0398. We have offices in Halifax, St. John’s, and New Glasgow, and we will schedule phone intakes and house calls for people across Atlantic Canada who can’t travel to one of our offices. At MacGillivray Law, we are here to help you.