What Are The Benefits?
About Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefits
The Canada Pension Plan (CPP) disability benefit is a monthly cash payment made to qualified individuals who are too disabled to work at any job, whose disability is a permanent or long-lasting condition, and who have paid enough into the system through payroll or employment taxes.
How Much Will I Receive in Disability Payments?
The exact amount of the Canada Pension Plan disability benefit varies depending on your income and work history. The monthly CPP disability check is made up of two parts. Every recipient receives a base amount, which changes every year. The second portion of the monthly payment is calculated based on how much money you contributed to the program throughout your working life. The payment is capped at a maximum amount, which also varies year by year.
If you are considering whether to apply for the Canada Pension Plan disability benefit, it is important to have a general understanding what your monthly payment will be. The disability lawyers of Reybroek Barristers can help you estimate your potential CPP benefit. With this information, you can make decisions on whether or not to apply for CPP disability.
Benefits for Children and Spouses
Our law firm has helped disabled people in Toronto obtain full benefits for a broad range of disabling injuries, illnesses and conditions. We also seek benefits for the spouses and dependent children of our disabled clients.
There is no charge to learn if you are eligible to receive CPP benefits and to obtain an estimate of your likely monthly payment, should your application be approved. To arrange a free consultation, please contact our office in Toronto, Ontario.