The founding partner of Mulqueen Disability LawCourtney Mulqueen, was honoured to be featured in a recent article by Legal Matters about the mounting stress of teachers brought on by the pandemic. Please see an excerpt reprinted below, and visit the Legal Matters website to read the full article.

Teachers dealing with mounting stress brought on by the coronavirus pandemic should not face their fears alone, especially when filing a disability insurance claim, says Toronto disability insurance lawyer Courtney Mulqueen.

“We are finding there are many teachers who are contacting us suffering from depression, anxiety, and fatigue who need guidance when filing disability claims,” says Mulqueen … “The teachers we speak with are exhausted and overwhelmed and often don’t know what options are available to them or where to begin when it comes to going on sick leave or filing a long-term disability claim.  Throughout the pandemic, we’ve been keeping busy helping teachers with their disability claim forms and with their appeals or lawsuits, if their claims are not approved and they are not well enough to return to work.”

To read the full article, please click here.

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Mulqueen Disability Law is a firm completely dedicated to providing clients with accessible and compassionate legal guidance through the process of litigating a long-term disability claim. Our experienced disability litigation lawyers will thoroughly review your circumstances with you and advise you on the best path forward. To arrange a complimentary consultation with one of our experienced disability lawyers, please contact us online, or by phone at 416-900-0368 (toll-free at 833-363-3LAW[529]).