Is your disability claim stressing you out? Has your claim been denied? Are you worried your payments will be cut off soon? Are you looking to learn more about hiring a disability lawyer?
If you answer YES to any of these questions, then you are in the right place. Resolute Legal is a national disability claim law firm that has successfully represented people in all corners Newfoundland and Labrador, including St. John’s, Grand Falls, Gander, Corner Brook and even Labrador.
We represent our clients using an online legal services model.
Resolute Legal focuses exclusively on helping people win disability claims and appeals – it’s all we do. We offer the following services:
Can’t afford to pay legal fees up front? No problem. We offer no-win, no-fee arrangements for appropriate cases. We also offer one-time services for a fixed fee if you just need some advice so you can move forward with confidence.
If you are dealing with a disability insurance claim or appeal, we process all legal proceedings through the courts in St. John’s, Grand Falls, Corner Brook or Happy Valley-Goose Bay.
Any meetings during your case are held in boardrooms at the Delta St. John’s Convention Centre or the Holiday Inn Express in Deer Lake. Ninety percent of your case is handled by distance and our lawyers fly to Newfoundland for any important meetings or settlement proceedings.
Your legal team will be led by disability lawyer David Brannen, who is licensed to practice in Newfoundland. We have successfully represented people in disability claims in Newfoundland and have handled cases involving many disability insurance companies, including Blue Cross, Desjardins, Great-West Life, Manulife, Industrial Alliance, SSQ, RBC Life, and more. We have successfully handled many disability insurance appeals involving the Newfoundland Public Service Long-term Disability Plan, which is currently managed by Great-West Life.
Hiring a lawyer is not easy. It's an important decision that you need to make carefully. Unfortunately many people dealing with a disability denial will rush the decision to hire a lawyer. This is understandable. You are under financial pressure. You can't bear any more phone calls with the insurance representative. You just want someone to take this burden off of your shoulders. A good lawyer can help with all of these things, but you have to make sure you choose a lawyer who is the right fit for you.
We have written a guide about how to hire a lawyer for a disability appeal. It includes and easy to follow 7 step process, which is the same process that many lawyers use when they have to hire a lawyer. We recommend you read this guide before you make a final decision on hiring a lawyer for a disability appeal.