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If an injury or illness stops you from working in Western Australia, you may be able to claim for loss of income through your superannuation.

Most Western Australians with superannuation have TPD insurance attached to their policy, and possibly income protection insurance too. While the claims process should be straightforward, it often isn’t, and unfortunately claims can be denied or delayed due to missing information, errors or oversights.

The expert team at Lionheart Lawyers are well versed in TPD, superannuation and income protection insurance claims. Our solicitors will help you compile the relevant documentation and submit your claim correctly so that you receive all the payments you are eligible for.

For instance, you may be entitled to additional payments, even if you are already receiving Centrelink benefits or workers compensation.

If your WA superannuation, TPD or income protection claim has been previously denied by the insurer, you may have recourse to dispute their decision.  

Time limits apply to superannuation claims, so while it may be the last thing on your mind when you are ill or injured, it is best to contact us as quickly as possible so we can give your claim the best chance of success.

It costs nothing to call our superannuation insurance claim lawyers for an initial consultation. We will listen to your case and advise you of your options in simple terms.

Western Australia TPD Insurance Claims

If you have superannuation in Western Australia, then you are very likely to also have the attached total and permanent disability insurance, or TPD insurance.

You may have a TPD claim if you become ill or injured and cannot work in your existing position or another suitable position.

To make a valid TPD claim, it does not matter how or where your injury or illness happened. It does not have to be work-related or accident-related.

Examples of injuries or illnesses that may be eligible for TPD claims include:

  • Cancer;
  • Heart conditions;
  • Degenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s
  • Psychological illnesses such as PTSD, depression, anxiety;
  • Chronic health conditions such as diabetes;
  • Back injuries.

Claiming Income Protection in Western Australia

Income protection may also be part of your superannuation policy, or it could be insurance cover that you have purchased separately. Its purpose is to provide regular payments in place of your usual income if you are forced to stop working because of illness or injury.

Every income protection policy is different, and the claims process can be complicated, especially if you are already dealing with the stress of your injury or illness.

Let our experienced income protection lawyers review your policy to understand your full entitlements. We will submit your claim for you to maximise your benefits. Our no win, no fee policy ensures we always do everything we can to ensure your claim is successful.

Western Australia Superannuation Insurance Lawyers

Trust the team from Lionheart Lawyers to manage your WA superannuation insurance claim from start to finish. We have more than 50 years of combined experience in injury law and can assist you with your total and permanent disability, income protection, trauma insurance, and terminal illness claims.

If you live in WA and have suffered a temporary or permanent disability, call us for a free initial consultation to discuss your case and advise you of all the claims you are eligible to make.

If you choose to work with us, we will:

  • Identify all the possible the claims you can make through your superannuation or other insurance policies. For instance, if your injury or illness occurred in the workplace, you may be able to make a TPD claim and an additional workers compensation claim.
  • Gather evidence to support your claim, including medical evidence, specialist reports, documentation from WorkCover, Centrelink, the ATO and any other third parties.
  • Lodge your claim with the relevant insurer and advise you on the types of payments you may expect to receive if your claim is successful. For instance, you may be entitled to receive regular monthly payments or a lump sum payment to cover you for loss of income.
  • Follow your case through to completion. If your claim is successful, we will help you receive your money as soon as possible.

Contact Lionheart Lawyers today for a free initial assessment of your WA superannuation insurance claim.

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