Superannuation Claims

Superannuation Damage ClaimsMost workers in Australia have superannuation. People are not always aware that they have additional cover for illness and injury which is included in their superannuation policy. Superannuation claims can be made for total and permanent disability (TPD) if you are off work for a substantial period of time. To claim Australian superannuation you will benefit from the advise of a superannuation lawyer.

If you are unable to work due to an illness or disability, you may be able to make a superannuation claim or TPD claim and receive a lump sum payout. These superannuation claims can be complicated and your time off work does not need to be work related. If you have lost time off work due to a heart attack cancer or any other illnesses or injuries you may be entitled to lodge a superannuation claim or a TPD claim. To maximise your TPD superannuation benefit you should speak to a superannuation solicitor urgently.

 

When it is time to make your superannuation claim Fairclaim will help you lodge the claim and try to maximise the amount payable. When the time comes for your claim to be assessed you should seek some expert advice to make sure you get what you are entitled to.

The big insurance companies employ panels of insurance claim lawyers and experts to help them reject or reduce the cost of super claims. Many people assume that the insurer’s decision is final but this is not necessarily the case. You need an insurance dispute lawyer to review your case to see where you really stand. Without access to proper advice on your superannuation claim then you are in an unfair position.

Sometimes a simple piece of advice from a lawyer can mean the difference between the success or failure of your superannuation claim. In many insurance disputes the difference between good advice and no advice can be thousands, if not tens of thousands of dollars. We have access to panel of assessors and experts who can provide an alternative opinion on your superannuation claims.

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