You may be entitled to COMPENSATION

Superannuation and insurance claims involve a complex process that our team is fully trained and equipped to help you through. Compensation can be claimed on retirement and in other special circumstances, which we are committed to assisting you in receiving. 


COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT Total & Permanent Disablement & Income Protection Claims

How does my superannuation involve insurance claims?

Very often superannuation funds have insurance as part of their member services.  That is, if you have money in superannuation you are most likely to have a total and permanent disability (TPD) policy which is part of your superannuation benefits.

How can I access it?

The Insurer will never tell you you have a claim it is up to you to let them know.  We can provide assistance by firstly ascertaining if a claim exists by analysing your superannuation annual statement and making a claim on your behalf.

Is it expensive and does it involve court cases?

No, costs are relatively low because the claim against the superannuation insurance provider, if it’s denied, it can be mediated through either the Superannuation Complaints Tribunal or the Financial Ombudsman Service.  Neither of these involve court proceedings so costs are kept low.

What do I need to get advice?

We provide an obligation free assistance to you in advising as to whether you have the potential to bring a claim under a superannuation insurance policy and how to go about doing it.