WHAT IS A TPD CLAIM
A Total and Permanent Disablement ("TPD") Claim is a lump sum insurance claim, generally available through your superannuation fund or you may have purchase TPD cover directly from an Insurance company.
You must provide the insurer and your superannuation fund with evidence, such as medical reports from your treating doctors, that supports that you can no longer work in an occupation for which you are suited by way of education, training or experience due total permanent injury or illness.
WKB TPD Lawyers has had significant success in claiming TPD lump sum Insurance benefits against Sunsuper, BT Super, Care Super, QSuper, Cbus, First State Super, Colonial First State Super, AMP, Rest Super, Australian Super, MTAA Super, Host Plus, AIA, LUCRF, TAL, Metlife, ANZ/OnePath, CommInsure, Asteron and several others.
TPD claims can be approved on almost any condition/s that prevent you from returning back to work. These conditions can be Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, Heart, Cardiomyopathy, Parkinson's Disease, Cancer, Shoulder, Back, Leg, Foot, Ankle, Fibromyalgia and Rheumatoid Arthritis, just name a few.
Why Choose TPD WKB Lawyers
- WKB TPD Lawyers will take the stress away from you, so you can concentrate on your treatment. The only thing you will need to do is sign some documents.
- All we do is TPD claims.
- We are not a Personal Injury Law firm so no admin costs.
- Warren handles your file from start to finish.
- You will love our client service, we will return your call same day, and keep you regularly involved in your case.
Our No Win No Fee Guarantee
If you are considering submitting a claim, WKB Lawyers act for all of our clients on a No Win, No Fee Guarantee.
You can be assured that: –
- You will know how much you will pay;
- No hidden costs will be charged at the end of your claim;
- No 25% uplift fee;
- No expenses for photocopying, printing and faxing;
- We don't charge a percentage; and
- We don't charge like a Personal Injury Law Firm because we are not one.
Our fixed fees will be determined on a number of factors including but not limited to, strength of your case, and the complexity of your case.
The TPD Definition Explained