Usually as a member of the workforce, you have superannuation that is funded by contributions from your employer and you may also choose to make additional contributions of your own into your own Superannuation Fund. It is possible that if you find yourself unable to work for any reason, you may be able to access a range of benefits that form part of your Superannuation Fund Membership.
Expert Insurance and Superannuation advice
Velos & Velos Lawyers are able to research your unique circumstances in relation to a potential claim due to your inability to work because of injury or illness and make a successful claim to access a range of benefits that form part of your Superannuation Fund Membership. Velos & Velos Lawyers are able to investigate and, if necessary, challenge Insurance or Superannuation assessments in order to best provide you with the best range of benefits in your unique circumstances.
Independent legal advice
It is important that you obtain independent legal advice at the earliest opportunity to ensure that you are fully appraised of your potential disability benefits and that you are able to take relevant action within applicable timeframes to secure any benefits that form part of your Superannuation Fund Membership such as:
- Total Permanent Disablement Claim (TPD)
- Insurance benefits under your Superannuation Fund
- Income Protection and Insurance
- Trauma Insurance