The lawyers at Aaron Waxman & Associates are experienced with Disability, Personal Injury and Employment claims.
Bell Let’s Talk Day 2016 is only a couple of days away.
As lawyers who handle short term and long term disability claims for all types of illnesses and injuries, we understand how a mental illness affects a person’s ability to work and various aspects of a person’s life.
Aaron Waxman & Associates will participating in Bell Let’s Talk. Follow us on Twitter at @LTDLawFirm to see our tweets and retweets and like us on Facebook to see our posts for Bell Lets Talk!
The first Bell Let’s Talk took place in January 2011. Bell Let’s Talk 2015 saw the hashtag, #BellLetsTalk become the number 1 trend on Twitter in Canada and worldwide with a record of 4,775,708 tweets. That says a lot.
According to the Bell Let’s Talk progress report, according to a National Harris/Decima Poll in 2015, when people were asked whether Bell Let’s Talk Day encouraged them to discuss mental health issues with their friends, family or others, 42% of respondents said yes compared to 25% in 2011.
According to the progress report, there seems to be a trend with respect to growing awareness:
For more information, visit, http://letstalk.bell.ca/en/ and if you are looking for resources or where to get help, visit http://letstalk.bell.ca/en/get-help/.
If you or someone you know has a short-term or long-term disability claim that has been denied, or have questions about disability claims, do not hesitate to contact Aaron Waxman & Associates. We offer a free, no obligation initial consultation and are available to meet in person, by telephone or via Skype. We do not charge any upfront legal fees. And remember, there are no bad questions.
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