Long Term Disability Resource
If your insurance company denied you short or long term disability benefits or have cut off your short-term or long-term disability benefits without a valid explanation, or if you have had your insurance disability claims denied, Grosso Hooper Law can fight for you to get the coverage you need.
What you need to know about long term disability insurance
Many Canadians have long term disability insurance through their employer and some have their own personal insurance as well. Most of these policies have a waiting period before a claimant can collect funds, which are meant to be an income replacement.
Depending on the type of policy you own, you may be able to collect payment if you cannot perform your specific job duties or if you cannot work at any profession at all. Some offer partial compensation if you are able to perform a portion of your job duties.
Benefit amounts are typically between 50% and 85% of your regular monthly income and may or may not be taxable depending on your plan. In almost all cases, there will be a period of time which you must wait before collecting your first payment.
Since long term disability claims are always complex, it is best to get legal advice if your claim is denied or if it is suddenly terminated. A member of the Grosso Hooper Law team will help you determine if you have a case against your insurer and whether you might be entitled to additional compensation.
Contact us for your free initial consultation with no upfront fees.
Click the image below to download a PDF of the Long Term Disability Personal Injury Resource.
Disclaimer: None of the information provided in this website is, or is intended to be legal advice. We cannot advise you or take any steps on your behalf without learning about your particular circumstances. Please contact our personal injury lawyers in Hamilton directly to obtain legal advice.
For a free consultation with our personal injury lawyers, please contact us today. We will answer your questions and help you understand what’s involved in the process. Consultations can be in person, by phone or by video call. Our office is in Hamilton Ontario and we provide services throughout Southern Ontario.
Fill out the Contact Form or:
Call us at the
Email us directly at: email@example.com
We will contact you within 1 business day. All your information will be kept strictly confidential and only used to brief us on your situation before we call you.
Our offices are centrally located in downtown Hamilton, comfortable, wheelchair friendly and with free parking. If you cannot make it to our office, we will come to your home, hospital or any other location that is convenient for you.