Total Permanent Disability Claims (TPD Claims)
A TPD claims may include total permanent disability claims (TPDC), superannuation claim or TPD lump sum settlement. TPD claims can give you the financial support you need to get on with your life.
If you have suffered illness or harm and you cannot do the work you once could, you may be entitled to a TPD claim or benefit through your superannuation fund.
Often superannuation funds of which employees are members that employers make compulsory contributions to, have insurance for total and permanent disablement. The total permanent disability claim insurance may compensate those injured employees by payment of a lump sum. We have advised and acted for many clients in total and permanent disablement claims. We can help you navigate and successfully pursue such a claim.
AM Legal Compensation Lawyers have the experience and knowledge to go up against the big companies to get the result you are looking for. We can help you navigate and successfully pursue TPD claims.
Antony is a highly respected TPD Claims Sydney lawyer. We provide all our superannuation claims and TPD claims services on a NO WIN – NO FEE, which means you won’t have to pay our legal costs unless we win your claim at the end.
TPD Claims – Total and Permanent Disability. If you’ve suffered injury or illness and can no longer do the work you once could, you may be entitled to a Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) insurance benefit.
Total and permanent disability (TPD) definition changes for additional death and invalidity cover (ADIC) from 1 July 2014. Due to recent changes in superannuation law, members who are accepted for ADIC on or after 1 July 2014, and who subsequently make a benefit claim on invalidity grounds, will for insurance purposes, be assessed against a modified definition of TPD. For further information, click on the following link:
126.96.36.199 Assessment of Compensatory Type Payments.