Long Term Disability Lawyers In Toronto

If your claim is denied you will need a lawyer to contest your long-term disability benefits denial. If you are an employee who has become disabled while covered under a long-term disability plan, you can pursue a long-term disability claim.

Thomson Rogers legal team secures largest known punitive damages jury award in an LTD Claim on record.

For more information about Baker v. Blue Cross, please click here to view the case summary.
Thomson Rogers Legal Team Secures A Toronto Jury Decision Awarding Largest Known Punitive Damages On Record To An Individual Plaintiff In Canada

Unfortunately, many long-term disability benefit denials go uncontested because individuals are not aware of their right to pursue lawsuits to contest their denials. Often long-term disability benefits are approved for a period of time and then denied based on a “change in definition” under the long-term disability benefits policy. These denials may presume that you are capable of returning to a job that you are not able to perform or that is not suitable based on your education and experience. It is very important that you consult with a long-term disability benefits lawyer at Thomson Rogers once your claim is denied as there are strict timelines for pursuing long-term disability benefits claims.

We specialize in long-term disability denials, providing legal representation. However, we do not handle cases related to ODSP (Ontario Disability Support Program) or CPP (Canada Pension Plan), as we concentrate on navigating the complexities of long-term disability claims.

Contact us to arrange a free consultation by completing our online request form, or call 416-868-3100 or toll-free at 1-888-223-0448.


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