Unable to work due to injury or illness?
If you unable to work due to injury or illness you may be able to access your Superannuation early. You also do not need to prove that the injury or illness was caused by someone else, or that it is work related.
Most Australian superannuation funds provide cover for Total and Permanent Disability (TPD), Income Protection Insurance and Death Benefits. You may also be able to access your superannuation account balance prior to the usual retirement age if you are permanently incapacitated from working.
If you are unable to work due to injury or illness, you may be able to make a claim through your superannuation fund or life insurance policies.
Talk to our expert superannuation and insurance lawyer
It is important you seek the help of an expert superannuation lawyer to ensure you are aware of all your entitlements and the process to claim these benefits. There are strict time limits that apply to claiming, so talk to our Superannuation, Disability & Insurance lawyers today.
Our lawyers in Western Australia can also help you contest, challenge or dispute a rejected claim on a ‘No Win No Fee‘ basis.
Our Superannuation & Insurance Services
We can assist you in all of the following areas:
- Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) Claims
- Income Protection or Total and Temporary Disablement (TTD)
- Life Insurance or Death Benefits
- Disability Claims Litigation
Our ‘No Win No Fee’ policy in insurance, superannuation and TPD claims
Turner Freeman Lawyers can help you with your Superannuation, Disability & Insurance compensation claims. We can also help you contest, challenge or dispute a rejected claim on a ‘No Win No Fee‘ basis.
Call us today on 13 43 63 or visit our WA office in Perth.