902-680-6710

Serving the
Disability Community

"Be silent, if you choose; but when necessary, speak -- and speak in such a way that people will remember it."
~ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

 

disability-claim-denied-300x200It is a sad fact that simply being honest and legitimately disabled is often not enough to win payment of long-term disability payments.

The bottom line is that what you don’t know can hurt you.

You need someone who is educated in how the disability insurance claim system really works who will know what to do to protect your interests.

MMC LEGAL SERVICES will be pleased to assist you in dealing with disability insurers to obtain prompt and fair resolution of disability insurance denials. I will work with your doctors to provide the insurance company with the information in support of your claim for benefits.

Let Me Help.

Return to Areas of Practice

Legal Guardianship Kit

Planning for the Future

Links

A Primer on Special Needs and the Law -
A "blawg" dedicated to providing practical advice to assist individuals with special needs and their family members in Nova Scotia with navigating the educational and community services systems.

<a class='rsswidget' href='Special Needs Blog' title='Syndicate this content' . target="_blank" . '><img style='background:orange;color:white;border:none;' width='14' height='14' src='http://mmclegalservices.ca/wp-includes/images/rss.png' alt='RSS' /></a> <a class="rsswidget" href="Special Needs Blog" title="Practical legal advice to assist Nova Scotians with navigating the educational and community services systems. Published by Michelle Morgan-Coole @ MMC Legal Services" target="_blank">Special Needs Blog</a>

Recent Articles

  • Community Living Month ... Who Knew? 8:11 PM
    FROM NSACL: October is Community Living Month! For 64 years the family voice has guided the work of NSACL, and we are committed to ensuring that indiv […]
  • Mea Very Culpa ... Estate Planning 2:47 PM
    You know it's bad when ... Even I can't believe that I have only posted once since February. And this after promising to post on Nova Scotia […]
  • "You Have the Right to Remain Silent ..." 5:37 PM
    A quick follow-up from this 2009 post regarding challenged youth and the criminal justice system. The 2009 case involved a Nova Scotia youth with a le […]