If you have been injured at work to the point where you are no longer able to perform your duties, then you may be eligible to make a TPD insurance claim. The general standard required (though this does vary between insurers) is that if you have suffered an injury or an illness that prevents you from working in the same capacity as before, then you may be able to make a claim.
At Revolution Law, we are experienced and have a deep understanding of what it takes to make successful TPD claims, and we have a proven record of getting outstanding results for our clients.
Our Claims Process
Wondering if you might be eligible for a total and permanent disability claim? If your employer is paying your superannuation, there may be a TPD insurance policy in place for you. Super funds typically have TPD insurance attached to their policies, and this cover is there to protect you in the unfortunate circumstance if you are seriously disabled and unable to work again.
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If you or a loved one is unable to continue working, it is often a stressful, painful and somewhat difficult situation for you and/or them as they adjust to a new way of life. At Revolution Law, we take every case for TPD claims seriously and will be able to tell you, in a free consultation, whether you’re likely to succeed in your claim.
We regularly find that our clients will try to self-litigate a TPD claim. On the surface, many people think that it’s just an insurance claim, and how hard can it be? These clients have the unwelcome opportunity to experience first-hand just how confusing, stressful and complex TPD claim matters can be. We are trained and have the experience to understand exactly what is needed – and when it’s needed – and can provide you with much-needed support and guidance to make the claims process smooth.
We know the importance that our clients place on accessing their benefits in a timely manner due to the difficult circumstances they are experiencing. Self-litigating can not only extend the process but can significantly increase the chance of an unsuccessful claim, particularly as the first attempt to claim is so important.
Don’t run the risk of drawing out your claims process – call us to make the journey smooth.
What You Need for Your TSP Insurance Claims
The eligibility that you may have to make a claim will be outlined in your superannuation or insurance company’s policy documents – and these can often be difficult to go through. We’ll help you cut through the legal-speak and make sure you understand every part of what you need to do.
Regardless of the policy you have, you’ll generally be required to show a minimum level of disability, and you’ll also most likely have a waiting period of some sort – which is standard for most superannuation policies. In some cases, you’ll also need to show a history of employment with a company, or a certain amount of hours worked each week.
It is possible that you may have multiple policies with super funds that you may not even know of. As such, we can conduct a search to identify any other super funds that may have TPD insurance attached to them at the time of the injury.
What Does my Total Permanent Disability Claim Provide for?
When you are injured or ill, there is not only your lost income to think about – there is a whole host of other potential issues that you can come up against. There are medical fees, appointments, potential modifications to make to your house and anything else you may need to do in order to make your life comfortable and secure.
When seeking a TPD claim, our legal team can help you see exactly what you can claim for, and how much you may be entitled to. We know that our clients would much rather never have suffered the injury or illness in the first place – but the insurance payment that you may receive does go some way to alleviating the difficulty you may be facing.
We offer low fixed fees so that all of our clients know beforehand exactly what they will be paying in the event of a successful claim.
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The Claims Process
If you have suffered an injury or an illness that prevents you from working in the same capacity as before, then you may be able to make a claim to TPD insurance.
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We obtain your super fund information and review your TDP policy. We also investigate for other super fund's with attached TDP policies.
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We start gathering relevant evidence including employment and medical records. You may need to attend a specialist for an independent medical report.
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We will liaise with treating specialists and general practitioner to complete Medical Attendant Statement. You can always access your lawyer directly.
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We will complete a specialised submissions for lodgement with the TDP fund. When claim is successful we transfer your settlement within 3 business days.
Frequently Asked Questions
Am I claiming an early release of my super annuation when I make a TDP claim?
No. Any TDP payout comes directly from the TDP insurance policy which is attached to your Super Annuation Fund.
Can I make multiple TDP claims?
Yes. If you have multiple Superannuation Funds then you can make multiple TDP claims.
Is my TDP taxed?
Unfortunately unlike a personal injury claim, your TDP compensation will accrue tax.
Is TDP only available if I can't return to work?
Each TDP policy differs, generally your TDP policy will have such terms as, "you can't return to your usual occupation by way of past educations, employment or experience." This means that you might be able to make a TDP claim is you can't return to your usual job, but you will still be able to obtain employment in a different field.