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Our commitment is to help Canadians from coast to coast whose lives have been touched by disability. We work directly with individuals and their families or caregivers. We also help employers deliver effective programs around wellness and disability in the workplace, up to and including mediation and return to work. We are Canada’s disability experts.
We measure success in two ways
Making successful claims that result in either a CPP-D benefit or a tax refund - to date we have put over $18 million into the hands of our clients.
The incredible impact we see on our client’s self-esteem knowing that someone cared enough to listen and to act on their behalf.
"After I was cut-off by Workers Compensation Board Manitoba and declined CPP-DIsability benefits, I did not know what to do. I contacted Brematson and Associates. After my first meeting with them I knew I finally had someone on my side. They went to bat for me and got me what I was entitled to receive! I can’t thank them enough!"
- James Green -
"I don’t even know how to put it in words. Appreciation is beyond thank you. Brematson changed our family’s lives. We felt the caring from Brematson. They do a wonderful job."
- Glen Gray -
"Glad I contacted Brematson. They saved me grief and headache. Before I came to Brematson I was going through the appeal with an insurance company – then I was forced to deal with Service Canada for my CPP-D. I needed someone with more expertise. I needed someone professional to handle my case...
- Ron Layher -
We can represent you at any time throughout the CPP-D process.
Blog and Media
February 18, 2020
We’re frequently asked if people should take early CPP or apply for CPP-Disability benefits. The answer is both simple and complicated at the same time.
December 3, 2019
Even though this article was first published in 2014, and updated on May 12, 2018, it is still an interesting read regarding CPP Disability benefits. It was written by Michael J. Prince, a Lansdowne Professor of Social Policy at the University of Victoria.