Have you been denied a long-term disability claim?
Often disability insurance companies deny short-term or long-term disability claims because there is insufficient medical evidence to support the claim. They may offer an internal appeal process, which is often a waste of time. Insurers rarely change their decision through this appeal.
A more effective solution is to have a disability lawyer commence a lawsuit against the insurance company. At Kotak Law we will issue your claim quickly and move your case towards a settlement. Remember, you are not alone. We can help.
Let us help get you the compensation you deserve.
We have assisted clients who have a wide variety of conditions, including:
- Chronic pain claims
- CPP Disability Benefits claims
- Depression and Anxiety claims
- Fibromyalgia claims
- Headaches and migraine claims
- Other Long Term Disability claims
- Bipolar Disorder
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Heart Disease
- Hepatitis C
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
- Kidney Failure
- Neurological Disorders
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
About Nainesh Kotak
Nainesh’s practice includes a heavy emphasis on long-term disability cases where clients suffer from depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Nainesh holds a wealth of experience, having appeared in trials with and without a jury at the Superior Court of Justice and the Ontario Court of Justice. He has represented clients and conducted appeals at the Federal Court level, Trial division. Nainesh has appeared before numerous Tribunal panels, including:
- the Financial Services Commission, and
- the Social Security Tribunal.
He has been featured in several televised, print and radio interviews on the subjects of Personal Injury and Long Term Disability claims.
Nainesh is active in the community and supports many worthy charities and causes. From 2015-2019 he brought a thousand troops, veterans, and cadets to a professional hockey game in a Remembrance Day event known as Kotak Law Military Appreciation Day.
He has organized and chaired webinars, roundtables, and luncheons to educate lawyers on topics such as practicing disability law and building a more diverse and inclusive practice.