Total & Permanent Disability Claims
So you've had to stop work due to illness or injury.
We understand how stressful that can be. That's why we offer to check your insurances and superannuation for free - because it's possible you'll be able to make a Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) claim. Let Robert Algie explain why you should take a closer look.
What is TPD insurance?
Total and permanent disability insurance, or TPD insurance, is designed to provide a lump sum of money in circumstances where the person covered becomes totally and permanently disabled.
In the competition for members, many superannuation providers offer TPD insurance as part of their offering.
How does it benefit me?
Entitlements take the form of a lump sum payment. You may also be eligible for ongoing benefits if you independently purchased income protection.
The best way to know is to talk with experts in the field, and that’s where we come in.
What do I need to do?
- Contact us and we can check over your policies free of charge.
- You can also check your super statement. Total and Permanent Disability Insurance should be listed with your death benefits.
Frequently asked questions
Make an enquiry now
You can call our office on 1800 059 278 to ask questions about your circumstances and talk obligation free to one of our lawyers to find out if you should proceed with a claim. Alternatively, contact us using the form below and we will be in touch with you soon.
About the author
Robert Algie is a Partner at Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers with a background in accident and compensation law. Robert has over 14 years’ of experience and has acted for a broad mix of clients on disability claims, with a special focus on personal injury.
As well as compensation law Robert also has a particular interest in medical negligence cases and specialises in this area. Robert uses his background in applied science in nuclear medicine to conduct complex medical law litigation for plaintiffs. Robert also has a great deal of experience managing high volume work and keeping clients informed.