Do you need to win CPP disability payments? Are you struggling with your application or appeal? Are you worried about representing yourself?
Don’t stress out any longer. Call our disability support team right now at 1-888-732-0470 to arrange a free consultation by phone. We are available 24-7 for phone calls.
Our long-term disability lawyers have helped hundreds of people win approval of disability benefits. We use The Story Alignment Method™ to maximize your chances of success. We use this system to tell your best story so others will accept that stopping work and applying for disability was the last thing you wanted to do.
Worried about hiring a lawyer? Don’t be. We handle most appeals on a no-win, no-fee basis and give a Fair Fee Guarantee.
How our CPP disability lawyers can help you
Our CPP disability lawyers can help you in the following ways:
Why its so hard to win CPP disability
Winning CPP disability benefits is not easy. Service Canada approves some claims. But, most people get denied. For example, a 2016 Auditor General’s report looked at CPP disability. It found that Service Canada denied 60% of all applications. Further, it found 66% of those denied gave up.
So, why is CPP disability so hard to win? Even if your legitimately disabled? There is no easy answer. You must prepare your claim properly. You have to be convincing to the decision-maker. Otherwise, they will deny your claim.
For example, common reasons for denial include:
- lack of medical evidence
- your situation has “red flags”
- they think you can do other work
- you didn’t prove your disability started during your MQP
- they don’t believe you
Our CPP disability lawyers have ways to overcome these challenges. We solve these problems using our Disability Claim Approval Blueprint (TM). Our founder David Brannen developed this system. It is based on his 15 years experience as a lawyer. He also learned from top disability lawyers in Canada and the United States.
Locations we serve
We represent people in all provinces, except Quebec. We have won CPP disability for for clients in the following provinces and territories:
- British Columbia
- New Brunswick
- Nova Scotia
- Prince Edward Island
- Newfoundland and Labrador
Problems we solve
Our CPP disability lawyer solve the following problems and challenges:
- not knowing if you are eligible
- Struggling to finish your application
- you doctors reports are bad
- the appeal process is overwhelming you
- Struggling to find the right evidence
- Unsure how best to tell your story
- Missed deadline to appeal
FAQs about CPP disability lawyers
CPP disability lawyers help people with CPP disability. There is no certification to be a CPP disability lawyer. A lawyer get experience from helping people with claims.
Most CPP disability lawyers only get paid if they win. This is called a contingency fee arrangement. Usually, the lawyer’s fee is a percentage of your retroactive CPP disability payment. The fee percentages range from 20% to 33.3%. You should expect the fees to be $6,000 or more if your case goes to appeals. It gets higher if you go to the tribunal. Some lawyers want to be paid win or lose. They usually charge by the hour or by a fixed fee paid in advance.
We represent most people using contingency fees. This means you only pay us if we win. Our fee percentage is 33.3%. But, we adjust it based on our Fair Legal Fee Guarantee. This means we reduce the fee percentage when appropriate. We follow the Rules of Professional Conduct to charge a fair fee.
There is no right answer. Rather, it depends on the person and situation. Some people can’t represent themselves effectively. Generally speaking, the earlier you hire a lawyer, the better value they can give you. Lawyers can help you avoid mistakes. They help you avoid delays. The sooner your case is approved, the less the fee.
Lawyers are not your only option. You can get help from free legal clinics. Or, sometimes legal aid. You can also be represented by non-lawyer advocates. They usually change the same fee as lawyers. However, they don’t follow Rules of Professional Conduct.
Our disability support team is waiting for your call. Call us toll free at 1-888-732-0470 or fill out the form below.