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Anxiety And Depression Leading To Disability Claims

Depression and anxiety are two of the most common illnesses to force Canadians from the workforce. Both can be prompted by factors unrelated to one’s employment, but are also frequently brought on by work-related stress – such as dealing with long and difficult work, or difficult colleagues.
Disability insurance claims based on¬†depression and anxiety are both more likely to be denied, and more likely to be prematurely terminated, than those based on physical injuries. However, they are entirely legitimate reasons to make a claim. Disability insurance providers may use the difficulty of showing or proving one’s mental state to their advantage, forcing you to use litigation to receive the disability settlement that you deserve.
Kotak Law has a long track record of success in disability law, including cases related to mental health. Call us today – from the consultation to the representation that we provide, you won’t have to pay us until you win.
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Disclaimer: This article is intended to supply general information to the public. We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, as laws change quickly, the reader should always ensure the accuracy and applicability of such information with respect to their particular case. The information contained in this article cannot replace a thorough and complete review of the reader’s situation by competent legal counsel who has had an opportunity to review all of the facts.