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LTD and Disability Claims

What Is Long COVID?

Long COVID affects around 1 in 10 people who have survived a COVID-19 infection. With ongoing symptoms that may include extreme fatigue, brain fog, and shortness of breath, this condition can have severe consequences on a person’s day to day life. Click here to learn more.

Can My Long-Term Disability Benefits Be Terminated?

If you are no longer able to work because of an injury or chronic illness, you may be eligible to recover financial compensation through long-term disability (LTD) benefits. However, even if your claim for benefits has been initially approved, your payments may be subject to term limits and other stipulations. If your LTD benefits payments have been terminated even though you are still not able to work, a Nova Scotia lawyer may be able to help you fight your insurance provider’s decision. To learn more, click here.

Are Long-Term Disability Benefits Taxable?

If a person is unable to work because of a medical condition, like a prolonged illness or debilitating injury, long-term disability benefits can provide them with a much-needed source of income. But are benefits recipients required to pay taxes on this income? Click here to learn more.

How to File a Long-Term Disability Claim

If you have been diagnosed with a serious medical condition and cannot work as a result, you may be able to collect long-term disability benefits. Filing a claim for insurance benefits can be confusing, especially for those people who never thought they would need to rely on them to maintain financial stability. To learn more about filing a claim for long-term disability benefits, click here.

What Should I Do If My Long-Term Disability (LTD) Claim Has Been Denied in Nova Scotia?

If a severe injury, physical illness, or mental health issue prevents you from performing the duties of your job for a substantial period of time, you may be eligible to receive financial compensation in the form of long-term disability benefits. But if your claim for benefits has been denied, it can be difficult to know which steps to take next. Click here to learn more.

What Benefits or Sources of Income are Available to Me If I Become Disabled?

Adapting to life with a disability can be challenging. After sustaining a disability that prevents you from earning a living, financial insecurity may be a significant source of worry. If you live in Nova Scotia and have sustained a disabling physical or mental condition, you may be able to find some financial stability in various benefits or sources of income. To find out more, click here.

How Does an Individual Qualify for Long-Term Disability Benefits?

For individuals who have fallen seriously ill, sustained a debilitating injury, or developed a severe mental health issue, the anxiety of coping with their medical condition may be even greater if they are unable to earn a living. Long-term disability benefits may provide injured or ill insurance policyholders with some financial relief if their condition prevents them from returning to work. But how does a policyholder qualify to receive these benefits payments? To learn more, click here.


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