Please select your state

We will show you information specific to your state.

Home | Compensation Law | Superannuation, TPD & Insurance Claims | Disability Claims Litigation

What is Disability Claims Litigation?

There are a number of different types of disputes that may arise from a superannuation, disability or insurance claim. These may include:

  • Your disability or insurance claim was rejected by the fund or insurer.
  • The fund or insurer is taking too long to make a decision on your claim.
  • Your employer failed to make super contribution on your behalf and therefore you were not covered.
  • You received bad or negligent advice from your financial advisor or another professional.

There are a number of options available to you so that you receive your entitlements within a reasonable time.

We can help you start court proceedings so that the insurer or superannuation fund is forced to make a decision as instructed by the courts. This may also allow you to recover any interest you should have been paid as a result of the delay.

If your employer has failed to make superannuation contributions on your behalf, and you injured yourself or became ill or sick and therefore were not covered, you may be able to claim against them for your loss in this regard.

Our Fee Policy in Disability Claims Litigation

No Win No Fee Personal Injury Lawyers | Turner Freeman NSW

For more information on court proceedings and to find out if you have the right to claim, call us on 13 43 63 or enquire online. We can help you challenge, contest or dispute a rejected claim on a ‘No Win No Fee’ basis so you will never be out of pocket no matter what the outcome is.

Our NSW offices are in SydneyParramattaCampbelltownNewcastlePenrith, Wollongong and Gloucester.

Contact Us

Latest News and Blog

How long do I have to sue for medical negligence?

Read more about the limitation period in NSW.Read More

E- Conveyancing- mandatory electronic lodgement of dealings from 1 July 2019

The Conveyancing Rules (version 5) will commence on 1 July 2019 …Read More