Unable to work due to illness or injury?
Did you know that you may have insurance through your super which can cover you for injury and illness?
We help Australians that are not able to work, lodge stress-free insurance claims.
40% Aussies* that were unable to work didn’t know they had Death/Life cover and/or Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) insurance worth tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars through their superannuation fund.
Even if they are aware, most don’t know how to access it when they need it.
According to the ATO, over 15.6 million Australians have a super fund.
39% of these people have more than one super account.
Insurance claims can seem too hard – lots of paperwork and legal jargon. But we can help make the process easy, so you can focus on your continued recovery and healing. Leave it to us – our team of experienced insurance claim specialists can help you every step of the way. There’s no cost or obligation for an initial chat with one of our team members to check if you may have a legitimate claim.
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How Much Will It Cost?
There’s no risk and no cost to see if you have a claim. We do all the initial discovery work for free. If we think you have better than a 50/50 chance of a successful claim, we’ll prepare a fixed rate fee schedule.
How Long Will My Claim Take to Process?
We generally find there’s a 3-month turnaround with our claims process, others can take longer. This as a rule usually tends to be quicker when compared to other industry players, as the insurance providers appreciate our clear and structured claims process. They generally are able to provide faster response times.
When Can I Claim?
All policies are different. We’ll help you navigate the terms of your insurance policy to see if you have a legitimate claim.
Do I have to be totally disabled to make a TPD claim?
No. You don’t have to be bed-ridden or in a wheelchair to be eligible for a TPD claim. One common TPD claim definition relates to you being able to perform your normal work duties based on your education, training, and experience, there are also other definitions that could apply in your policy to determine your eligibility for a TPD compensation claim.
For instance, another definition that may apply to a claim could be Activities of Daily Living (ADL). These ADLs include bathing, grooming, dressing, eating and feeding, bowel and bladder function, mobility. Some of these conditions are commonly thought of as being a more difficult definitions to meet.