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  • Brain Cancer & Long-Term Disability

    Brain cancer is a type of cancer that begins in the brain that can affect men and women of all ages. In Canada, it is the second leading cause of overall cancer death, the second most common form of cancer among children under 14 years of age, and the fourth more common form of cancer among adults. … Read more »

  • What is a Hangman’s Fracture?

    A C2 Hangman’s fracture is a spinal cord injury that occurs when the C2 vertebra is dislocated or fractured, which can happen due to a fall, car accident, or another type of impact. According to the Canadian Spinal Cord Injury Registry, there are approximately 600 new cases of C2 Hangman’s fractures … Read more »

  • What does Esquire mean?

    What does Esquire mean? You may have seen the term “Esquire” used after a personal injury lawyer‘s name or seen the initials “Esq.” on a  lawyer’s business card or website, but what does it mean? The title “esquire” is used for lawyers in many countries, including Canada and the United States and ca … Read more »

  • Long-Term Disability Benefits & Chronic Respiratory Diseases

    Long-Term Disability Benefits and Chronic Respiratory Disease Chronic respiratory disease can be classified as a group of lung diseases which are characterized by long-term breathing problems and reduced lung function. There are many different types of chronic respiratory diseases, including lung ca … Read more »

  • Long-Term Disability Benefits and Sjrogen’s Syndrome

    Long-Term Disability Benefits and Sjrogen’s Syndrome An autoimmune disorder is a condition in which the body’s immune system attacks healthy cells by mistake. Autoimmune disorders can affect any part of the body, including the joints, skin, lungs, heart, and blood. There are more than 80 types of au … Read more »