Canada Pension Plan Disability Law
Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Disability Claims
Have you paid into the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) and now are disabled from work? You may be entitled to receive CPP Disability Benefits.
The eligibility requirements for receiving CPP Disability Benefits include the following:
- You must have made sufficient contributions to the Canada Pension Plan; and
- You must be suffering from a severe and prolonged disability which prevents you from working regularly.
If you or someone you know feels that they are entitled to receive CPP Disability Benefits and the claim has been denied, contact the personal injury lawyers at McKenzie Lake Lawyers LLP in London, Ontario for a free consultation to discuss what your options may be.
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