Superannuation Claims and Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA)
Superannuation Claims For Total Permanent Disability (TPD) and Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) Representation
Superannuation and Total Permanent Disability claims.
Can I claim?
Most people hold an insurance benefit within their superannuation policy for Total Permanent Disability or TPD.
Many people are unaware that in certain circumstances they are entitled to make a claim for the insured amount in circumstances where sickness, or injury whether work related or not prevent you from working full time or at all.
To be eligible, usually, your condition will need to fit into the criteria covered under your superannuation policy. Generally, if you cannot perform your normal work duties, you may be able to make a claim for this lump sum benefit, in addition to any ongoing benefits you are receiving. That is, even if you can perform other new work, sometimes you may still be eligible for a claim if you can no longer perform your usual work or other suitable work within your skill set.
What are you entitled to?
You may be entitled to:
Benefits under your disability insurance;
Terminal illness benefit;
Your family may be entitled to a death benefit.
How do I claim?
This can be a complex and difficult area of the law. Claims can be rejected if they are not properly managed and commenced.
We can help you claim Superannuation and Total Permanent Disability lump sum benefits.
Our lawyers will guide you through the difficult process of making a TPD claim, and help you get the best results.
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