Disability Claims & CPP
When you are disabled and your claim is denied by your disability insurance company or CPP, we will review it and represent you through the appeal process to ensure that you receive the benefits you are entitled to.We will also assist you with bringing a legal action against the insurer should it become necessary.
Most disability insurance policies provide that benefits are payable when the insured is “totally disabled.” Different policies define “totally disabled” in different ways; some policies tie disability to an inability to generate income at a certain level, such as 60% to 75% of indexed pre-disability earnings. Others simply have a verbal definition of total disability.
If you or your loved one has experienced an issue with your Disability Benefits being denied and want an Experienced Lawyer
Please Call (647) 793-6889 for your FREE Case Evaluation.
Our experienced team of lawyers will review your unique case with you and determine the best possible outcome.
CPP Disability Benefits Claim Denied?
Have you applied to receive CPP Disability Benefits and been denied? Our Lawyers Can Help!
The Canadian Government must pay a disability benefit to any Canadian over the age of 18 years who has made a contribution to the Canadian Pension Plan (CPP) and who has suffered a disability either through an accident or disease (i.e. Cancer, Stroke, Spinal Chord Injury, Brain Injury) which leaves him or her unable to work. To qualify for the CPP disability benefit you must have a “severe and prolonged” mental or physical disability.
Get Free Confidential Legal Advice about Appealing or Reconsidering Your Rejected CPP Claim!
Has your CPP Claim for Disability Benefits been turned-down? Are you overwhelmed with all the government paperwork? Do not despair. NI Lawyers can help you with:
- A reconsideration of your CPP Disability Benefits application by Service Canada,
- Appeal to the Office of the Commissioner of Review Tribunals of the denial of your CPP Disability Benefits application, and
- Appeal to the Pension Appeals Board.