Vancouver Long-Term Disability Lawyer

Man with crutches suffering from a long-term disability

For the insurance industry, long-term disability benefits is a numbers game. It knows that only a fraction of the people suffering a long-term disability will file a claim, and that only a small portion of that group will hire a lawyer if the claim is denied. From there, the industry knows that only a small fraction of the people who hire a lawyer will actually go to trial to get the compensation they rightfully deserve.

Needless to say the companies involved have a lot to gain by denying claims, but just because you’ve been denied doesn’t mean that’s the end of the story. If you’re suffering from long-term disability (LTD), you should be talking to Tim Louis and Company.

Long-term disability is a quality of life issue that needs proper recognition and care

Anyone who’s ever suffered some form of long-term disability knows that the effects on one’s physical, mental and emotional state can be traumatic. It affects all aspects of one’s personal well-being, in particular an individual’s family.

Long-term disability can be extremely expensive, especially when it limits a person’s ability to earn a living. Naturally, insurance companies are loathe to pay out on such claims because the costs greatly impact their bottom line.

However, if you have long-term disability insurance coverage, and if you’re suffering from a debilitating illness or injury, then you deserve compensation, and that’s where Tim Louis and Company comes in.

A long-term disability claim lawyer with more than 25 years of experience

Tim Louis has been representing those who suffer from long-term disability for more than two decades, and nothing is as valuable as experience when it comes to a long-term disability lawsuit. He has successfully sued some of the largest insurance companies in the world on behalf of deserving clients. He has also appealed the decisions of the Federal government in CPP disability claims on behalf of his clients..

Chronic back pain, fibromyalgia, benign brain tumours, carpel tunnel syndrome, conversion disorder, multi-chemical sensitivity, depression and chronic fatigue are just some of the illnesses Tim Louis and Company has tackled on behalf of clients.

For Tim, every case is a personal fight on behalf of an important client. He is always accessible, returns calls promptly, and starts every case by getting to know the client involved. Tim’s clients are real people, not file folders and his ultimate goal is to ensure the best possible outcome for them.

If your long-term disability claim has been denied, you’d be crazy not to call a lawyer

Okay, that might sound a bit harsh, but the reality is that denied claims are often just an insurance industry tactic to save money. You owe it to yourself to explore your options with a visit to a lawyer for a no-obligation consultation, which means you owe it to yourself to call the highly-experienced law firm of Tim Louis and Company.

The sad reality is that those who suffer from long-term disability, especially when it involves ongoing pain, can be vulnerable to poor decision-making as a result of their disability. They may not be thinking clearly, they may be suffering related depression, or they may just be distracted by their problems. In order to get them the help that is due to them, they need a champion in their corner, and the best way to get that is to hire a good lawyer.

“Oftentimes it’s a relief just to turn the case over to a lawyer so it can be fought vigorously on their behalf,” says Tim. “Just knowing that someone is fighting the battle so they can concentrate on quality of life issues can be a huge benefit.

“In the end, the insurance companies may have their definition of the bottom line, but at Tim Louis and Company the bottom line involves a just and fair settlement for each and every client.”


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