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  • Five red flags to look for in your LTD denial

    By Nainesh Kotak If you look below the surface of your long-term disability (LTD) denial, you may not find much substance. Injured workers could be forgiven for thinking that every decision to deny much-needed benefits is the product of a thorough assessment of their situation. Sadly, after more tha … Read more »


    In an effort to provide more significant support to people with disabilities, Ottawa recently introduced a new supplement, the Canada Disability Benefit (CDB). This initiative, viewed as a game-changer for many, aims to alleviate the financial stress experienced by Canadians living with disabilities … Read more »

  • Six ways to maximize your LTD application’s chances of success

    By Nainesh Kotak Injured workers need all the help they can get when it comes to receiving the long-term disability (LTD) benefits they deserve. With almost three decades of legal practice behind me advocating for injured clients, I know better than most how difficult LTD insurance companies will ma … Read more »

  • Five ways to deal with a bullying claims adjuster

    By Nainesh Kotak Your long-term disability claims adjuster is not your friend. It may sound like a harsh statement, but this self-protective mantra is one that many injured workers would benefit from repeating to themselves before getting too close to the insurance company representative in charge o … Read more »

  • Former athlete triumphs in lawsuit against LTD insurer despite late claim filing

    Questioning your medical condition is not the only way insurers could challenge a claim for long-term disability benefits. In many cases, disability insurance companies will attempt to sidestep any assessment of a person’s ability to work, seizing instead on “technicalities” to deny an injured worke … Read more »