“I can’t work anymore, what can I do to financially support myself?”

We all do not want to be injured nor do we want to suffer from a terminal illness or disability. However, as life takes its journey, sometimes certain situations in life make it difficult for us to ever return to work. Ceasing work means no money to support the family, heightening stress as bills and mortgages are not paid. In these circumstances you should lodge a TPD claim if you stop work and can no longer work due to your injuries and/or illnesses.

Essential Requirements for a TPD Claim:

To be eligible to lodge a TPD claim, you need to satisfy the following requirements:

  1. At the time of your injury/illness, you hold TPD insurance cover in your superannuation fund;
  2. As a worker, we all have at least one superannuation fund where our employer pays our superannuation. Most superannuation funds will offer TPD, death and income protection.
  • You are currently suffering from an injury or terminal illness;
  • Due to your injury or terminal illness, you have remained off work for a consecutive period of at least 3 months; and
  • You are under the regular care of a treating provider.

Every superannuation fund has a different policy, trust deed and a different definition for TPD.  Every fund is different, and the claim requirements are different too. Schreuders Compensation Lawyers assist on a “No Win No Fee” basis and our friendly staff guarantee to maintain quality and professionalism you would expect in order to ensure you get the best possible result. Let our team at Schreuders Compensation Lawyers assist you with your TPD claim.

Are you suffering from an injury or terminal illness rendering you unfit to return to your work duties and work in the capacity you used to? You might be eligible to make a Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) claim, available through your superannuation fund. Let our team at Schreuders Compensation Lawyers assist you during your financial crisis.

We all do not want to be injured nor do we want to suffer from a terminal illness or disability. However, as life takes its journey, sometimes certain situations in life make it difficult for us to ever return to work. Ceasing work means no money to support the family, heightening stress as bills and mortgages are not paid. In these circumstances you should lodge a TPD claim if you stop work and can no longer work due to your injuries and/or illnesses.

Essential Requirements for a TPD Claim:

To be eligible to lodge a TPD claim, you need to satisfy the following requirements:

  1. At the time of your injury/illness, you hold TPD insurance cover in your superannuation fund;
  2. As a worker, we all have at least one superannuation fund where our employer pays our superannuation. Most superannuation funds will offer TPD, death and income protection.
  3. You are currently suffering from an injury or terminal illness;
  4. Due to your injury or terminal illness, you have remained off work for a consecutive period of at least 3 months; and
  5. You are under the regular care of a treating provider.

Every superannuation fund has a different policy, trust deed and a different definition for TPD.  Every fund is different, and the claim requirements are different too. Schreuders Compensation Lawyers assist on a “No Win No Fee” basis and our friendly staff guarantee to maintain quality and professionalism you would expect in order to ensure you get the best possible result. Let our team at Schreuders Compensation Lawyers assist you with your TPD claim.

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