Successful TPD Claims in Australia

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Brisbane, Queensland, Australia — Need a Successful TPD Claim? Aussie Injury Lawyers have a 99% Win Rate for disability insurance claims

Aussie Injury Lawyers (AIL) is a prominent Australian law firm leader in Total and Permanent Disability, TPD claims. These comparatively new insurance claim lawyers have quickly established a high success rate for winning disability insurance claims. Their success has seen a swift expansion to locations in all mainland capital cities within a short period.

An Accredited Personal Injury Specialist Lawyer – Kerry Splatt, supervises the legal team, who have collective insurance litigation knowledge of over 100 years. They have earned a deserved reputation for relentlessly chasing their clients’ legal entitlements. Aussie Injury Lawyers advise in insurance illness & injury claims such as Total and Permanent Disability, Total and Temporary Disability, income protection, life insurance, trauma claims, and terminal illness.

“Getting access to your insurance benefits can be complicated and riddled with pitfalls,” Kerry said.

“Large insurance providers have dedicated legal departments with claims investigators who help them defend their profits.”

“Insurance companies in Australia want to maximise their financial returns,” he said. “They are less interested in how their decisions impact your life.”

“You need an experienced lawyer or solicitor with detailed knowledge of delivering a winning outcome if you want a successful insurance payout.”

A knowledgeable litigator who understands the methods used to minimise or deny your insurance claim entitlements will be able to help you obtain a favourable outcome. You can feel confident knowing that Aussie Injury Lawyers has a 99% success rate for insurance claims. When they accept your case, you have a 99% opportunity to access your deserved compensation.

Your life may change substantially if you experience a physical or psychiatric disorder. 

Your life can change in minutes due to an unforeseen incident that causes physical harm, while a psychological illness can cause your gradual decline.

Change can be stressful; however, coping with change may become even more difficult if you’re struggling financially.

Many physically or mentally ill individuals cannot work and cannot pay their rent or mortgage. Financial pressures can escalate your suffering.

It doesn’t have to be like this.

“Many everyday Australians don’t know that they have TPD insurance through their superannuation policy,” Aussie Injury Lawyers’ Kerry Splatt said.

If you get injured or ill and can’t work again, TPD insurance (Total Permanent Disability) pays out a lump-sum benefit.

How you acquired your medical condition is of no consequence. Your physical or mental damage does not need to be work-related. The only test is that you cannot work in your regular job again.

You could file a TPD claim if you’re unable to work because of an illness or accident.

Successful TPD payouts can be considerable, often up to $ 500k or more, depending on your policy terms.

If you have contributed to more than one superannuation account during your working life, you might have multiple disability insurance claims. If a psychological disorder or mental health issue stops you from working, you could also claim your TPD entitlements.

Australia has a growing mental health issue, according to Mr. Splatt.

Many people are often told they have a mental health condition, such as anxiety, panic attacks, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), major depressive disorder (MDD) and so forth. These conditions can affect their ability to work. If they can’t work because of these conditions, they may be able to get disability benefits from your superannuation insurer.

Call Aussie Injury Lawyers for free legal advice today!

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