Disability Insurance?

Get the Legal Help You Need

Accidents Disrupt Life

Get the LTD Benefits You Deserve

Disability Claim Denied?

Help with obtaining your benefits

Injured on the job?

Experienced Counsel for WSIB Disputes

An Advocate on Your Side

Experienced counsel for Injured Workers

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Whether it is a workplace injury and WSIB claim or long term disability insurance, we work hard to ensure our clients get maximum compensation.

Disability and WSIB Legal Services

Disability or WSIB Insurance Claim Denied?

Whether you are seeking benefits under Short or Long Term Disability policy of insurance or advancing a WSIB claim in relation to a workplace injury, having your coverage denied, terminated or reduced is a frustrating experience. These benefits are  supposed to be there to protect you at a time when you need financial assistance the most, but what if the insurance company refuses or denies your claim?

If you find yourself in this situation, you should know that help is available. Van Dyke Law Office has extensive experience advocating for clients experiencing problems with their WSIB and Disability Insurance. We understand that when you are injured or have suffered a loss, you do not have the energy to deal with the insurance company when they are causing difficulties with your claim.

We cannot take your pain and disability away, but we can advocate on your behalf and work to secure the compensation to which you are entitled.

If your disability insurance or WSIB claims have been denied or rejected, Van Dyke Law Office can help. Get in touch with us today for a free consultation by calling 1-888-217-0183​ or completing our Contact Form.


Frank Van Dyke

Obtaining Maximum Compensation for Our Clients

I work hard to build trust with my clients, communicating regularly so that they know I have their back.

Frank Van Dyke
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  • the law sociery of upper canada
  • american association of justice
  • country of carleton law association
  • ontario trial lawyer association
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