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If you have suffered a lifelong injury or illness, you may be entitled to claim a TPD insurance benefit.
What is TPD?
TPD stands for Total & Permanent Disability. You may be entitled to a TPD lump sum if you have suffered an illness or injury and it has prevented you from ever working again.
If eligible, TPD is a benefit available through either your Superannuation Fund or private insurance policy.
How much will I receive from a TPD claim?
The amount you are eligible to receive is largely based on your personal circumstance and how much you are insured for. However if you are successful in your TPD claim, you will be entitled to a lump sum, regardless of your wage.
How do I know if I am covered for TPD?
Usually your superannuation statement will tell you if you are covered for TPD or you can contact your Superannuation Fund provider direct. However, our expert team can contact them on your behalf and work through all the confusing details for you.
How do I make a TPD claim?
Your Superannuation Fund needs to be contacted, all the necessary claim forms need to be completed and evidence will need to be provided along with any other information required by your Superannuation Fund.
CMC Lawyers can assist you with your TPD claim and provide you with all the advice and help you need. Call us today to speak to our expert team!
Call 1800 448 955 for a free consultation with a senior lawyer