The lawyers at Aaron Waxman & Associates are experienced with Disability, Personal Injury and Employment claims.
Aaron Waxman and Associates is a platinum sponsor of The Unity Run, which is an event that is dedicated to raising awareness of mental health, post-traumatic stress disorder, suicide prevention and removing the associated stigmas for First Responders.
The Unity Run is dedicated to raising awareness in the area of mental health, PTSD, suicide prevention & removing the associated stigmas for First Responders. The Unity Run helps organizations such as Camp F.A.C.E.S, Homewood Research Institute and Suicide Prevention Council of Hamilton.
The Unity Run takes place on Saturday, May 14, 2016 at Confederation Park Pavillion in Hamilton, Ontario. Walkers or runners can walk 6.93km or 10.4km and there is a new 911 meter dash for kids who want to participate! All races start at 9am.
For more information on this great cause, visit www.unityrun.org.
Recently, Canada celebrated the 65th annual Mental Health Week. Spreading awareness about mental illnesses and mental health is important. It is important to bring awareness to the fore as stigma can be a barrier to seeking treatment.
The reality in Canada is that 1 in every 5 people will be diagnosed with a mental illness in his or her lifetime. Mental illness affects us all in some way, whether it is a family, friend or co-worker.
Our firm handles many types of disability claims. A person may apply make a claim for long-term disability benefits as a result of a physical injury or illness or a mental illness. We understand how difficult receiving a denial letter from an insurance company can be. We have helped many clients whose long-term disability or short-term disability claims have been denied.
We offer a free, no obligation initial consultation and will arrange to meet at a time and date that works for you.
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* Office in Toronto and able to represent people in the province of Ontario